# Algebra 2 homework practice workbook answer key

### Question:

Is Bodmas right or is Pemdas?

### Answer:

Step 1

To judge these ways of saying the same thing. It should be easy to remember the Mnemonic. We’ll use the PEMDAS formula, which stands for Parenthesis, Exponent, Multiplication, Division, Addition, and Subtraction. When you write a(b)a(b), it means that you are multiplying aa by bb. The operation of multiplying is shown by the brackets. The order of operations is a set of rules used in math and computer programming that tell you which steps to do first to figure out what a mathematical expression means.

Step 2

Use the acronym PEMDAS to judge the following:

20÷2+5^2(3)=20÷2+25(3)

=10+75

=85