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40 + 40 x 0 + 1=? what's the answer? | Yahoo Answers

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Oct 18, 2011 ... Zack. Best Answer: PEMDAS- Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction. Always go in that order 40x0=0 40+1= 41

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40 + 40 x 0 + 1 ~ Quiz World

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Nov 4, 2012 ... FACT!!! This is 41 because of the basic rules of math, which are over 500 years old, Always Apply, and are called the Order of Operations, ...

Jach - 40 + 40 x 0 + 1= ?

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Oct 16, 2011 ... So for the above expression: we read 40, plus, 40, we stop and add those ... Step 0: read in our expression, "40+40x0+1", and put each distinct ...

40+40x0+1= [Résolu] - Tom's Guide

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Il y a des règles de priorité dans une opération ; on ne va pas simplement de gauche à droite. Les multiplications et les divisions s'effectuent ...

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What does 40 plus 40 times 0 plus 1 equal - Answers

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40 + 40 x 0 + 1. The answer to this would be 41. In reference to BIMDAS, multiplication is always calculated before addition. The multiplication involves 40 x ...

How do you solve x+40/x-13=0? | Socratic

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Aug 25, 2016 ... x=either 5 or 8 x+40/x-13=0 Multiply through by x -> x^2+40-13x=0 x^2-13x+40=0 ... How do you prove that 1+cosx1−cosx=secx+1secx1? Tri.

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28/40-(x/100)=0 - Tiger Algebra

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Number of times each prime factor appears in the factorization of: Prime Factor, Left Denominator, Right Denominator, L.C.M = Max {Left,Right}. 2, 1, 2, 2. 5, 1, 2 ...

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Answer: 41. Because According to D.M.A.S Rule first we will multiply then add! so 40+0+1 (40 x 0= 0) and it will become 41 ...

What is 40+40*0+1? It was in a math exam - Quora

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The answer is 41. I think the 'BODMAS' rule applies here. B - Brackets O - Order ( Power and ... 40 x 0 = 0. Then adding the remainder, 40 + 0+ 1 = 41. Edit:

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@Deadcool : 40+40=80x0=0+1=1. WAIT!!! high school is kicking in!! don't you multiply first, then divide, then add, then subtract?? so i think it's 40 + (40x0) ...