just a debate over whether the answer is one or one hundred. Thanks

asked Jun 19, 2015 in order of operations by anonymous

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The question could be interpreted two ways, but I'd go for brackets first giving 10 then multiplication implied by brackets giving 20, then division giving 1. That's going on order of operations. I put implied multiplication taking precedence over division.

answered Jun 19, 2015 by Rod Top Rated User (552,780 points)
20:2=10, 5+5= 10

Order of Operation: Parenthesis first = 10,x10 = 100
answered Aug 12, 2017 by anonymous

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