Question: 1+1-1x0= what? how complicated can this be?
ok i got some PEDMAS issues going on here and a dispute through like a dozen people. I need someone(s) that are more educated in math rule to explain how this works and the answer. 1+1-1x0= ? I said 0 because anything times 0 is 0, but others are saying its 1
In multiplication, the rule is, anything or any number multiplied by 0 is always zero. Just follow the rule so you will not confuse.
PEMDAS means Parentheses, Exponent, Multiplication, Addition and Subtraction. In order to solve questions like these via PEMDAS method, you need to prioritize the ones first in the method.
In order to solve the problem above, we need to multiply first 1x0 since its multiplication. Next is addition, so 1+1 is 2. So we will subtract the two, since Subtraction is the last method. Thus:
2 is the final answer.
The answer is 2
P E M D A S is the order where you solve equations like these. (Don't pay attention to P E because it is not involved within the equation) M= multiplication D= division A= addition S=subtraction
you follow the order of M-> D -> A -> S
start with multiplication -> 1+1 - (1x0) -> 1+1 - 0
then add -> 1+1 - 0 -> 2-0
subtract -> 2 - 0 -> 2
Best you guys feel crunchy now haha
First of all it's PEMDAS not PEDMAS . You can remember by "Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally" it all depends on how the problem is written.. in this case the answer is 0 because like you said , anything multiplied by 0 is 0. :)
Yes, it's 2. But the person who answered needs to quit "bragging" Honors is nothing, try AP. Also, I took Algebra II my second year of highschool, so I wouldn't consider that "two years advanced." Try AP Calculus before you start "bragging."
Anything times 0 stays 0. There is no secret about it.