Math Equation a lot of people get wrong 
4 years ago  '13 #361 
$14,775  776 
Yo i remember this prime thread
n*ggas out here strugglin and gotta remember PEMDAS 

4 years ago  '10 #362 
$19,616  4377 
damn a lot of retarded fu*ks in this thread
its 4 dumbasses yes it goes aunt salley but that doesnt mean + before minus, its whichever one comes first 

4 years ago  '12 #363  
$1,346  10 
 

4 years ago  '08 #364 
$5,604  1320 
I got 4...after multiplication you go left to right at least that's what I remember in middle school.


4 years ago  '10 #365  
$19,616  4377 
 

4 years ago  '05 #366  
$11,292  4709 
 

4 years ago  '11 #367  
$6,090  265 
 

4 years ago  '10 #368  
$8,801  5237 
which is easy as fu*k and determines whether or not ur gona be a fu*kign retard or not in life  

4 years ago  '12 #369 
$4,116  3494 
I got 4


4 years ago  '12 #370  
$1,346  10 
 

4 years ago  '13 #371 
$14,775  776 
Let's be honest, the fact that n*ggas gotta just think about the PEMDAS acronym when you the age of 16+ means you are retarded


4 years ago  '05 #372 
$9,163  957 
Its 2 u got damn idiots lol!!


4 years ago  '05 #373  
$12,401  676 
 

4 years ago  '05 #374 
$4,602  1200 
Y'all dumb as hell...listen to it this way maybe you'll understand 

3 years ago  '11 #375 
$5,064  2549 


3 years ago  '13 #376 
$2,422  1588 
Answer's 4.
74+3x0+1 74+(3x0)+1 74+0+1 74+1 3+1 4 

3 years ago  '05 #377  
$6,879  240 
 

3 years ago  '05 #378 
$1,190  374 
A common technique for remembering the order of operations is the abbreviation "PEMDAS", which is turned into the phrase "Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally". It stands for "Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, and Addition and Subtraction". This tells you the ranks of the operations: Parentheses outrank exponents, which outrank multiplication and division (but multiplication and division are at the same rank), and these two outrank addition and subtraction (which are together on the bottom rank). When you have a bunch of operations of the same rank, you just operate from left to right. For instance, 15 ÷ 3 × 4 is not 15 ÷ 12, but is rather 5 × 4, because, going from left to right, you get to the division first.
If you're not sure of this, test it in your calculator, which has been programmed with the Order of Operations hierarchy. For instance, typesetting this into a graphing calculator, you will get: calculator screenshot: 15 / 3 * 4 = 20 Using the above hierarchy, we see that, in the "4 + 2×3" question at the beginning of this article, Choice 2 was the correct answer, because we have to do the multiplication before the addition. Hope that clears it up for you guys. 

3 years ago  '05 #379 
$1,190  374 
A common technique for remembering the order of operations is the abbreviation "PEMDAS", which is turned into the phrase "Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally". It stands for "Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, and Addition and Subtraction". This tells you the ranks of the operations: Parentheses outrank exponents, which outrank multiplication and division (but multiplication and division are at the same rank), and these two outrank addition and subtraction (which are together on the bottom rank). When you have a bunch of operations of the same rank, you just operate from left to right. For instance, 15 ÷ 3 × 4 is not 15 ÷ 12, but is rather 5 × 4, because, going from left to right, you get to the division first.
If you're not sure of this, test it in your calculator, which has been programmed with the Order of Operations hierarchy. For instance, typesetting this into a graphing calculator, you will get: calculator screenshot: 15 / 3 * 4 = 20 Using the above hierarchy, we see that, in the "4 + 2×3" question at the beginning of this article, Choice 2 was the correct answer, because we have to do the multiplication before the addition. Clear as a bell. 

07182014, 11:53 PM  #380 
$n/a  
math is stupid and completely made up




