## Enter Order of Operations Expression:

Using PEMDAS, simplify:

7(7 - 6)

##### Define PEMDAS:

P = Parentheses ()
E = Exponents (^)
M = Multiplication (*)
D = Division (÷)
S = Subtraction (-)

##### Step 1

Simplify using Parentheses

##### PEMDAS → Parentheses

There are 1 Parentheses in 7(7 - 6)

(7-6) = 1

##### Evaluate

= 0

Simplifying our expression

71

##### Step 2

Simplify using Exponents

##### PEMDAS → Exponent

There are 0 Exponent in 71

We move to our next letter in PEMDAS

##### Step 3

Simplify using Multiplication

##### PEMDAS → Multiply

There are 0 Multiply in 71

We move to our next letter in PEMDAS

##### Step 4

Simplify using Division

##### PEMDAS → Divide

There are 0 Divide in 71

We move to our next letter in PEMDAS

##### Step 5

There are 0 Add/Subtract in 71

We move to our next letter in PEMDAS

71

71
##### How does the Order of Operations Calculator work?
Free Order of Operations Calculator - Evaluates an expression using the order of operations, or PEMDAS or PEDMAS or BEDMAS or BODMAS
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### What 6 formulas are used for the Order of Operations Calculator?

Parentheses
Exponents
Division
Multiplication
Subtraction

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### What 11 concepts are covered in the Order of Operations Calculator?

math operation involving the sum of elements
division
separate a number into parts
evaluate
To calculate the value of
exponent
The power to raise a number
expression
finite combination of symbols
mnemonic
a device such as a pattern of letters, ideas, or associations that assists in remembering something
Examples include ROYGBIV or Rainbow Colors
multiplication
math operation involving the product of elements
operation
A math process
order of operations
a collection of rules that reflect conventions about which procedures to perform first in order to evaluate a given mathematical expression
PEDMAS - Parentheses, Exponents, Division, Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction
parentheses
subtraction
math operation involving the difference of elements