#1**+2 **

The problem is when simplied a little

\(\frac{1}{2}\times {3}^{3}+ 3.4\times 4\)

Does this help you?

HiylinLink Apr 8, 2019

#4**+2 **

No, you must do problems on both sides of the addition symbol add the products and you will get your sum like this

\(factor\times factor +factor\times factor\)

\(Product + Product = sum\)

\(sum = answer.\)

HiylinLink
Apr 8, 2019

#3**+4 **

Acrually you would need to do

Perenthasis

Exponents

Multiplication

Divide

Add

Subtract

If there isnt a perenthasis then do exponents first.

EmeraldWonder Apr 8, 2019

#5**+3 **

Yes he would but in math for sixth graders it teaches the basics of pre-algebra equations so this input is along correct but to not confuse him he must do both sides then add the products to derive his answer.

HiylinLink
Apr 8, 2019

#6**+1 **

I figured out 1/2 * 27 do I do that I am confused because that is what you get

Nickolas
Apr 8, 2019

#8**+3 **

If 27 is what you got then you can multiply it by 1/2 like this

\(\frac{1}{2} * \frac{27}{1}\)

Multiply the numerator by the numerator and the like wise with the denominator.

HiylinLink
Apr 8, 2019

#11**+4 **

But that wouldnt be the correct answer since 27/2 is 13.5 and that isnt an answer. He should use PEMDAS.

EmeraldWonder
Apr 8, 2019

#13**+3 **

This problem works the same way you can apply pemdas on either side of the problem? in the midst of this we have already solved the major parts of pemdas......... after completes (Using Pemdas) the problems on either side he can add the products and this is what the problem is looking for.

HiylinLink
Apr 8, 2019

#15**+3 **

Nickolas line those numbers up again 183.6 is not the answer between \(\frac{27}{2} * \frac{1}{2}\)

HiylinLink
Apr 8, 2019

#14**0 **

Why dont you guys just post the answer if there is some big difference and then find the difference in he or shes work and fix it.........

Nickolas Apr 8, 2019

#16**+3 **

YOU alone can solve this problem comppletly I am just assiting you its are methods that were looking at.

HiylinLink
Apr 8, 2019

#18**+3 **

Sorry that was my error simlify \(\frac{27}{1} * \frac{1}{2}\) which is \(\frac{27}{2}\) so simplified that is (Hint) you can divide 27 by two and the remainder has to bein fraction form.

HiylinLink
Apr 8, 2019

#20**+3 **

No, that would be lazy take the assitance your offered you should be able to do this by your self you have had countless people help you.

HiylinLink
Apr 8, 2019

#23**+5 **

You were on the right track by solving one side. You were still using PEMDAS because you worked on the side of exponenets you just needed to do the other side.

EmeraldWonder
Apr 8, 2019

#21**+5 **

\(\frac{1}{2} * 3^3 + 3.4 *4\)

Change the fraction into a decimal to be easier. And first do the exponent. Since you are using PEMDAS.

\(0.5 *27 +3.4 *4\)

Then multiply both sides

\(13.5 +13.6\)

27.1

Hope this helps ;P

EmeraldWonder Apr 8, 2019

#24**+1 **

\(\frac{1}{2}\times 3^3+3.4\times 4=\frac{1}{2}\times 27 +3.4\times 4= \frac{27}{2}+13.6=27.1\)

You are very welcome!

:P

CoolStuffYT Apr 8, 2019