A set of rules that determines the order of simplifying expressions when more than one operation i

# A set of rules that determines the order of simplifying expressions when more than one operation i

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A set of rules that determines the order of simplifying expressions when more than one operation is involved. PEMDAS is the abbreviation used to describe the order of operations: P - parentheses (or any type of grouping symbol) E - exponents M - multiplication D - division A - addition S – subtraction A set of rules used to solve mathematical problems Order of operation is important, because if not followed properly it will change the answer to your problem. A set of rules used to solve mathematical problems when more than one operation is involved, if
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Unformatted text preview: not followed properly it will change the answer to the problem. PEMDAS is the abbreviation used to describe the order of operations: P - parentheses (or any type of grouping symbol) E - exponents M - multiplication D - division A - addition S – subtraction PEMDAS spelled out is Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally. Example 2 : Subtract . *Subtract the real num. together and the imaginary num. together *Complex num. in stand. form...
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