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50+50-25X0+2+2    (PEMDAS rule)

=50+50-0+2+2

=104

by Level 6 User (16.4k points)
(50+50)-(25x0)+(2+2)=96

    100   -    (0  +   4) = 96

     100  -     4    =   96
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I believe this is incorrect.
104  multiply first so 25x0=0, then add or subtract, so 50=50=100-0=100+2+2=104
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50=50=100-0=100+2+2=104
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(50+50)=100 - (25x0)=0=100+(2+2) =104
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50+50-(25×0)+2+2=104 50+50=100 (25x0)=0 2+2=4 100-0+4=104
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Multiply first -25 x 0 = 0

then add 50 + 50 + 0 + 2 + 2 = 104
ago by Level 4 User (9.5k points)
BODMAS rule 50+50-25*0+2+2 25*0=0 50+50=100 100-0=0 So 100+2+2=104
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