# How do you solve 2+7x6?

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• 2 + 7 x 6 =

2 + 42 =

44.

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• 2+7×6 you must use PEMDAS

M first so 2+42

A next so 44

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• The word " solve " is applied to equations and equations require an = sign.

Calculate 2 + 7 x 6

2  + 7 x 6   = 2 + ( 7 x 6 )   =  2 + 42   =  44

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• It is 2+(7*6) = 44

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• 2 + 7 * 6 =

2 + 42 =

44

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• BEDMAS

Multiply first

2+7x6 = 2 + 42 = 44

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• Multiplication and division take priority over addition and subtraction. Unless there are brackets, then you do what is inside the brackets first. In this case you do 7 x 6, which gives you 42, then you add the 2..giving you 44. If they had used brackets like this (2+7) x 6, then you would add first, getting 9 then multiply getting 54.

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• 2+7x6

multiplication first

2+42

44

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• Anonymous
1 month ago

2+7x6 = 9x6 = 54

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• Anonymous
1 month ago

Always do it in the order of PEMDAS (parentheses, exponent, multiply or divide, add or subtract).

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