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 Question 54344: What is the awnser to this problem? 5(11 + 22 - 10) – 19Found 2 solutions by funmath, Destionay:Answer by funmath(2925)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!The order of operation is: 1. Parenthesis (P) 2. Exponenets (E) 3. Multiplication (M) and Division (D)left to right. 4. Addition (A) and Subtraction (S) left to right (for now). It helps some people to memorize PEMDAS. 5(11+12-10)-19 Work the inside of the Parenthesis (P)1st. 5(23-10)-19 5(13)-19 Now Multiply (M).There's nothing between the parenthesis and the 5, that means 5*13. 65-19 Now Subtract (S) Happy Calculating!!! Answer by Destionay(3)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!1. Parenthesis (P) 2. Exponenets (E) 3. Multiplication (M) and Division (D)left to right. 4. Addition (A) and Subtraction (S) left to right (for now). It helps some people to memorize PEMDAS. 5(11+12-10)-19 Work the inside of the Parenthesis (P)1st. 5(23-10)-19 5(13)-19 Now Multiply (M).There's nothing between the parenthesis and the 5, that means 5*13. 65-19 Now Subtract (S)