Solve 40+40*0+1
asked Nov 10, 2011 in Pre-Algebra Answers by anonymous

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8 Answers

Must follow order of operations

40 x 0 = 0

0+40+1 = 41

answer is 41
answered Nov 11, 2011 by anonymous
41 because you follow PEMDAS
answered May 18, 2013 by anonymous

I think the correct answer is 1 using order of operations

answered Jun 2, 2013 by anonymous
40+(40*0)+1=41
answered Nov 21, 2013 by Veronica
40+40*0+1=

40*0=0
40+0+1=
41
answered Dec 30, 2013 by anonymous
~0.1(0.1x + 0.1)  -0.4
answered Feb 25, 2014 by anonymous
40+40=80 80×0=0 0+1= 1 The answer is 1
answered Aug 7, 2014 by anonymous
40+40=80X0=0+1=1
answered Feb 8 by Bonnie
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