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Q: What are the rules for adding multiply divide and subtracting intengers?

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You can't if its just adding and subtracting. If you can multiply and divide then: 9 * 8 = 72 5 * 6 = 30 30 + 72 = 102 102 - 3 = 99 Notice I haven't used all of the numbers... I don't know whether you were supposed to...

They were able to convert the process of multiplication (or division) to addition (subtraction). This allowed large amounts of work to be delegated to clerical staff who were competent at adding and subtracting and a lot cheaper than people who could multiply and divide efficiently.

Start by subtracting 32 from 77 .Then multiply the answer with 5 and divide by 9. In this case the answer is 25 degree celsius.

You add it. Or you can use decimals if i have $8.50 and i want to take out $5.00 i would use decimals and same if your adding subtracting etc. If you don't know how to multiply decimals just ignore them then add them i the end, how you know where it goes? You count how many numbers are behind! Same for division except you divide.

Start by subtracting 32 from 780. Then multiply the answer with 5 and then divide by 9. In this case the answer will be in celsius. Then add 273 to the number. In this case the answer is 688.5 K.

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For subtracting and adding you cannot add or subtract unalike things. For multiplication and division you can multiply by whatever you want. In some maths you even multiply by variables such as "x". Or divide by them.

Grouping SymbolsPowers, roots Adding,Subtracting Multiply, Divide

It is: (9-5)*6*1 = 24

because it is easier than adding and subtracting so many times??

You divide exponents by simply subtracting the exponents. You multiply exponents by adding them together. You can test your answers by doing long math.

First you work our how much to divide multiply by ( 1000,100,10 ). Then u add or subtract the amount

The main four operators are: Plus (+) Minus (-) Multiply (*) or (x) Divide (/) or (÷)

divide 28 by 4

a calculator what r u havin trouble with

It is called algebra. When two quantities are related as long as you do the same operation to both (add, subtract, multiply, or divide) you do not change the relation

None. It is more like adding.

There are different symbols for multiply, dividing and subtracting. You can use the symbols like "x, / and -".

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