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240/20x6-13+41=240/120-13+41=2-13+41=30
by Level 2 User (1.4k points)
there are no brackets or exponents in this equation, so following bedmas- would the answer not be 100?  That is what i got.
The answer is 100

240/20=12

12x6=72

72-13=59

59+41=100
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Isn't it 18?  You didn't exactly follow BEDMAS in order.

240/20=12

12x6=72

13+41=54

72-54=18
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This is the skill testing question to win a laptop from the Weather Network. This is how the question appears on the website ... 240÷20x6-13+41 =

There are no brackets therefore you do the math in the order presented. The answer is 100.
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Noo, but since theres no brackets, wouldn't you just skip and move on to the next one?
Yeeah its 18.

240/20x6-13+41

=12x6-13+41

=72-13+41

=72-54

=18

Hope this helped. (:
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