Thread: Could Someone help me understand this. (highschool math)

1. Could Someone help me understand this. (highschool math)

I can't do this i simply don't understand it i put a pic below of the math problem.

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3. = (5^2)^4 * 2^-1 * (2*5^2)^-3 / 5^4 * 2^3
Evaluate the brackets.

= (25)^4 * 2^-1 * (50)^-3 / 5^4 * 2^3

= 390625 * 1/2 * 1/125000 / 625 * 8
Multiply left-to-right (on the numerator do 390625 * 1/2 first, not 1/2 * 1/125000)

= 195312.5 * 1/125000 / 5000
Multiply whatever is left in the numerator.

= 1.5625 / 5000
Divide.

= 0.0003125

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5. Originally Posted by Hero
= (5^2)^4 * 2^-1 * (2*5^2)^-3 / 5^4 * 2^3
Evaluate the brackets.

= (25)^4 * 2^-1 * (50)^-3 / 5^4 * 2^3

= 390625 * 1/2 * 1/125000 / 625 * 8
Multiply left-to-right (on the numerator do 390625 * 1/2 first, not 1/2 * 1/125000)

= 195312.5 * 1/125000 / 5000
Multiply whatever is left in the numerator.

= 1.5625 / 5000
Divide.

= 0.0003125
(follow BEDMAS / PEDMAS) I don't understand what you mean by that, BEDMAS/PEDMAS ?

(follow BEDMAS / PEDMAS) I don't understand what you mean by that, BEDMAS/PEDMAS ?
Order of operations. You do whatever is in the Brackers first, then Exponents, then Division, then Multiplication, then Addition, then finally you do Subtraction.

You should have learned this already. I'm not sure how education works in the Ukraine, but you should be familiar with what I'm saying.

7. Originally Posted by Hero
Order of operations. You do whatever is in the Brackers first, then Exponents, then Division, then Multiplication, then Addition, then finally you do Subtraction.

You should have learned this already. I'm not sure how education works in the Ukraine, but you should be familiar with what I'm saying.
I know this i just didn't understand those English words....
You think they teach us math in english ?