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Answered 2010-12-12 08:42:19

PEMDAS is an acronym to help you remember the order of operations in mathematical equations.

First, you do expressions within Parenthesis and/or Exponents.

Then, you do expressions involving Multiplication and/or Division.

Finally, you do the expressions involving Addition and/or Subtraction.

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What are the rules of mathematical pemdas?

PEMDAS RULE IS parentheses,exponent,multiplication,division,addition,subtraction


How do we spell Pemdas?

The abbreviation "PEMDAS" stands for "Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, and Addition and Subtraction".


Why was pemdas created?

Pemdas was created, because it is the order in which you can solve problems. (order of operation) Parenthesis Exponents Multiplication Division Addition Subtraction If we didn't have Pemdas everything would be all mixed up, and the answer would be wrong. Pemdas is the rules of order in which how to solve a problem.


What is the answer to 20 subtract 6 divided by 2 plus 18 using pemdas?

41, if you are using pemdas.


Who is the first person invent pemdas?

There is no known origin of the order of operations or PEMDAS. PEMDAS is considered as the proper way to tackle a given mathematical expression in terms of what operation should be performed first.


What is are the order of operations?

pemdas


Who Created PEMDAS?

no one really created pemdas it a fake as i can see so don t stress yourself about it?!


What dose pemdas stand for?

pemdas stands for parenthases, exponent, multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction. hope this helped. johny


Why do you use pemdas?

PEMDAS is used for math and is normally taught at a 4th-5th grade level. PEMDAS is used to remember the order of normally a 5th grade equation: Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction.


How do you multiply integers using Pemdas operation?

PEMDAS is an acronym of the order in which operations must be carried out: Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Divisin, Addition and Subtraction. You cannot use PEMDAS to multiply, since it is not an operation. give an example.


When was PEMDAS first used?

18bc


What does the P stands for on PEMDAS?

parenthesis


What to write for PEMDAS?

What you write for PEMDAS is P (parenthesis) E exponents M multiplication D division A addition S subtraction!


If an equation indicates addition in its presentation what do you do first?

Follow the order of operations; PEMDAS. PEMDAS is Parentheses, Exponents, Multiply, Divide, Add, & Subtract.


How do you do polynomial inequalities?

use pemdas first...


Does bedmas have the same meaning as pemdas?

yes


How do you do sadmep in math?

SADMEP is PEMDAS backwards. for SADMEP first you do subtraction or addition in the order they come in, then do division or multiplication in the order they come in, then exponents the parentatheses. SADMEP is used in equations for sure and inepualities i think.


In mr fred's class the students are learning about the order of operations jeffrey is frequently forgetting pemdas but george can remember it without the help of pemdas how many fs?

6 because "In Mr. Fred's class, the students are learning about the Order of Operations. Jeffrey is frequently forgetting PEMDAS, but George can remember it without the help of PEMDAS. How many Fs?" If you count up the letters that are Italic, that is how many F's


Do you do pemdas while solving inequalities?

Yes, you must.


Another saying for PEMDAS?

Either pronounced 'PEMDAS' or Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally Another One: Parentheses Exponent Multiplication Division Addition Subtraction


What are the advantages of using PEMDAS?

pemdas mean parentheses exponent multiplication division addition subtraction to remember say in your head please excuse my dear aunt sally.


PEMDAS is what?

The order of steps you take in a math problem Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction For Example: (2x3)+20-2x5, if you follow pemdas the answer is:16


What is 5 pemdas problems?

The five pemdas are parenthesis, exponents, multiply, divide, add, and subtract. Well at least that's how my teachers told me. I hope that helped lots.


What does that mean that the operations are inverses of pemdas?

The inverse of PEMDAS is the opposite operation order such as: S=subtraction, A=addition, D=division, M=multiplication, E=exponents, and P=parentheses.


When you do PEMDAS which way do you go first?

PEMDAS is math acronym that tells you in what order to work a problem. It stands for parentheses, exponents (powers/roots), multiply, divide, add, and subtract.