### In order of operation what comes after expontes?

after exponents comes multiplication and/or division from left to right depending on which comes first in the problem. the comes addition and/or subtraction from left to right depending on which comes first in the problem parentheses exponents multiplication division addition subtraction another way to remember order of operations is: please = parentheses excuse = exponents my = multiplication dear = division aunt = addition sally = subtraction

### What is the order in which operations are done when finding the value of an expression with more than an operation?

The usual rule in algebra is to first do all multiplications and divisions from left to right; then all additions and subtractions, also from left to right. This order can be changed with parentheses - anything within parentheses should be evaluated first. After parentheses and before the rest (as listed above), exponents should be evaluated. In summary, the proper and full order of operations is: Parentheses Exponents Multiply and divide Add and subtract A commonly-used…

### Who invented PEMDAS?

PEMDAS is a memory aid for the order of operations in math. The letters stand for Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division (to be completed from left to right in the number sentence; one operation is not more important than the other), and Addition and Subtraction (just like multiplication and division, these two operations are to be completed from left to right in the number sentence; one operation is not more important than the other). An…

### What is done first when you use the order of operations?

The operation is P.E.M.D.A.S., and each letter stands for an operation to use. P - parentheses, E - exponents, M - multiplication, D - division (multiplication and division are equal...so it doesn't matter which direction it is in. This is the same for addition and subtraction), A - addition, S - subtraction. I hope this helped :-)

### How do you multiply numbers with exponents and parentheses?

BEDMAS Brackets Exponents Division Multiplication Subtraction Solve Brackets (parentheses) question first. (Ie 3(4)E2 =12E2) Then do the remaining exponents. (12E2 = 144) Division and Multiplication. Either can go first. (whichever order it appears in the question) Same with Addition and subtraction. Hope this helps!

### What is an order of operation?

The way to memorize the order of operation is by remembering this sentence: Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally...P for parentheses..E for exponents M for Multiplication..D for Division..A for Addition..And S for Subtraction. When you get a math problem like this: 15 + (10 x 4) you do what's in parentheses first. So 10 x 4 is 40. Then you would go 40 + 15 and the answer is 50. Then you have completely mastered…

### How do you we use p.e.m.d.a.s. to evaluate expressions?

"PEDMAS" is not really a tool to use as much as it is a trick to remember the correct order of operations when evaluating an expression. It is an acronym that indicates the order in which operations should be done, and it stands for: Parentheses Exponents Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction Another common version of it is "BEDMAS", which means the same thing, but with the word "Brackets" instead of "Parentheses". For example, if you want…

### Which operation should be performed first when simplifying the expression?

We'll answer this generally, since you haven't provided an expression. 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".