6-1*0+2/2=

lfryerda | Certified Educator

Using BEDMAS (or PEMDAS if you learned that expression instead) we get

`6-1 times 0+2/2`    multiplication and division first

`=6-0+1`    left to right with addition and subtraction

`=6+1`

`=7`

The expression simplifies to 7.

Here is a video explaining the order of operations.

givingiswinning | Student

6-(1x0)+(2/2)

6-0+1

6+1

7

zumba96 | Student

6-1*0+2/2

Use PEMDAS for this equation

6-(0) =1

7

ik9744 | Student

Equation:

6-1*0+2/2= ?

Parenthesis

Exponent

Multiplication

Division

Substraction

6-1*0+2/2=

First you multiply 1 and 0 getting 6-0+2/2 =
Second you divide 2 from 2 getting 6+1

jess1999 | Student

6 - 1 X 0 + 2/2 =

Remember to follow the order of PEMDAS

Parenthesis

Exponents

Multipication

Division

Subtraction

First, multiply -1 and 0

By doing that your equation should look like

6  + 2/2    Now divide 2 by 2

By dividing 2 by 2 your equation should look like

nisarg | Student

6-1*0+2/2=

6-0+2/2

6+2/2

6+1

7

6-1*0+2/2=

So using PEMDAS

6-1*0+2/2=

6-0+2/2=

6-0+1=

6+1= 7

Wiggin42 | Student

Using Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally (Parenthesis, Exponent, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction

Do all the multiplication and division parts first, reading from left to right :

6-1*0+2/2=

6 - 0 + 1

Then do all the addition and subtraction, reading from left to right :

7

atyourservice | Student

6-1*0+2/2

6-0+1=7

Jyotsana | Student

6-1*0+2/2

6-0+1

6+1

7

salonigaba | Student

6-1*0+2/2

6+1=7

salonigaba | Student

Hi,

6-1*0+2/2=6-0+1=7