Study guides

☆☆

Q: Do You add after doing parentheses when simplifying a math problem?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

Parentheses is when you are doing an equation, and you solve the problem.

Standard form in math, is the process of simplifying a long number, to something small and easier to work with.

Parentheses and brackets work the same in math as they do in writing -- use them to group ideas.

by doing math

Gain means to subtract in a math problem because if you were doing a math problem and it said to gain (loose) 9-8=1 so that would be your answer

Related questions

Yes, you do that first.

Parentheses is when you are doing an equation, and you solve the problem.

I've heard PEMDAS as Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally, but all you have to remember is that parentheses are first.

No some do not undertake that rule!! Your welcome ANONYMOUS

Standard form in math, is the process of simplifying a long number, to something small and easier to work with.

Math rules depend on what kins of problem you are doing.

Parentheses and brackets work the same in math as they do in writing -- use them to group ideas.

by doing math

7 + 9*(3-1) = 25

Brackets or parentheses.

You have to insert parentheses in math number sentences because they are first in the order of operation: Parentheses Exponents Multiply Divide Add Subtract

Gain means to subtract in a math problem because if you were doing a math problem and it said to gain (loose) 9-8=1 so that would be your answer

People also asked