The computer performs basic and advanced operations with breakdowns, expressions with fractures combined with adequate quantities, decimal positions and mixed numbers. It also shows the detailed steps about the steps on the parliamentary group calculation procedure. Solving problems with two, three or more rates and numbers in one expression.
Wrotte for expressions with fractures: creating a "/" faction between the counter and the denominator, that is, on the fifth percentage, enter 5/100. If you wear the mixture, make sure to leave a single room between everything and fraction. The beam of the accounting is an accounting separation (the number is larger than the faction) and the denominator (number below). As an integer, not much, separate from a room and a part, this is called 12/3 (with the same sign). An example of a negative mixture: -5 1/2. Because the slope beams are both signs of the faction and parts, we have proposed to use the large intestine (:) as a division division, ie 1/2: 3. decimal number (number (number (number decimal) enter the decimal sign. And automatically become political groups. Colonel: and slash / is the symbol of the part. It can be used to share the mixture of 12/3: 43/8 or use for complex fractions, that is, 1/2: 1/3, less seal - it is the except for subtraction and () are mathematical support. The symbol of multiplication / efficiency is ^ -fuch: (7/8-4 / 5) ^ 2 = (7/8-4 / 5) 2/3 -1/2 • Bill of multiplication: 7/8 * September 3 • Chia + 6 2. 4 • Break secondary unit: SQRT (1 // 16) • Reduce or simplify Parliament Group (Simplify). 3/8) • The rest connects: 3/5 2/3T The computer follows the known rules for the active order. The most common Mnemonics to remember this order is as follows: Pemda - Support, exhibition, multiplication, division, addition, except. Bedmas - Support, exhibition, part, kernel, supplement, Bodmas - Support or order, part, multiplication, addition, except. Gemdas - Group icon - Support () {}, exhibition, multiplication, division, addition, except. Be careful, always multiply and divide before adding and deducting. Some operators (+ and -) and (* and /) have the same priority level and then must be evaluated from left to right. Break problems from: Math problems follow