# 30+30x0+1+

could u solve it using the x to mean multiply and also use it as x being an exponet.

30 +(30*0)+1

=30+1

=31

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answered Jan 5, 2013 by anonymous
How resolve this exercices: 30+30x0+1=
answered Jan 10, 2013 by anonymous

# 30+(30x0)+1+ = 31

answered Jan 31, 2013 by anonymous
30+30*0+1=0

30+30+1=61

(30+30+1)*0=0
answered Feb 3, 2013 by anonymous
30+30x0+1=??

30+(30x0)+1=??

30+0+1=??

30+1=31
answered Mar 10, 2013 by anonymous
30+30=60 x 0 =0 + 1=1
OBS:todo numero multiplicado por 0 e 0 igual 60x0 que e 0 +1 e um a resposta e um
answered Apr 21, 2013 by anonymous
1 is the answer there is no bracket saying multiplication first
answered Jul 7, 2013 by Nath

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Multiplication first

knowing that 30x0=0, we have the number sentence:

30+0+1

=31

answered May 14 by Level 9 User (41,960 points)

It doesn't matter when or where you learned math, math is a universal. The answer is, always was, and always will be 31. The concept of order of operations has existed in its current form since the 16th century. It is an essential cornerstone of math fundamentals, and exists to help express mathematical hierarchy. Multiplication is above adding and subtracting in the hierarchy, therefore it is always done before them. You do not need brackets or parenthesis, those are used when you want to change the proper order of operations

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