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[From: ] [author: ] [Date: 11-08-31] [Hit: ]
. you should do 3/5 and then multiply that by 6. Finally add 7 (because of PEMDAS, this operation is last.........
7+3 / 5 x 6

between the 3 and the 5 is a division sign not a fraction.
Thanks

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Use PEMDAS---In order is Parenthesis, exponents (and roots, etc.), multiplication and division, and finally addition and subtraction. So... you should do 3/5 and then multiply that by 6. Finally add 7 (because of PEMDAS, this operation is last...) and that should give you 10.6

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Division comes first
So it's 7 + .6 x 6
Then multiplication (division and multiplication take place in the same order, going from left to right)
7 + 3.6
=10.6

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7+3 / 5 x 6
7 + .6 * 6
7 + 3.6
10.6

you need to do the multiplication and division from left to right.

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3 divided by 5 is .6
7 + .6 x 6
.6 multiplied by 6 is 3.6
7+3.6 =10.6

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when using PEMDAS, multiplication comes before division. so, who's right?

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well 3 divided by 5 is 0.6 soo
7 + 0.6 x 6
then 0.6 times 6 is 3.6 soo
7 + 3.6
and 7 plus 3.6 is 10.6
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