2×3+5
Subject
Level
Middle School
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Lesson Steps:

Question: 2*3+5
First multiply 2*3
2*3=6
6+5=11

2*3+5=11

11

Level: Middle school
Subject: Math

Lesson Steps:

Question: 2x3+5
Steps:
1. Always follow the PEMDAS rule when doing operation
P= Do what in Parentheses first
E= Solve exponent
M= Multiplication
D= Division
S= Subtraction

2. In this case do multiplication operation first
2x3=6

6+5=11 11

Level: Middle school
Subject: Math

Lesson Steps:

Step one is to multiple 2 and 3 which equals 6.
Then you add the 6 together with the 5 equaling 11.
The answer to the question is 11.

2x3+5
2x3=6
6+5=11

Level: Middle school
Subject: Math

Lesson Steps:

So as you can see this problem is 2 steps, one is mutiplication of 2 and 3, and the other is addition of 3 and 5. Since we do multiplication first, we do 2 x 3 which is 6 and then we add 5 and 6 and get 11, which is the answer.

To do this problem you have to know the order of operations, which can be remembered by the simple analogy: Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally, or PEMDAS. P stands for parenthesis, E for exponents, M for multiplication, D for division, A for addition and finally S for subtraction. This means you do whatever is in parenthesis first and subtraction last. So as you can see this problem is 2 steps, one is mutiplication of 2 and 3, and the other is addition of 3 and 5. Since we do multiplication first, we do 2 x 3 which is 6 and then we add 5 and 6 and get 11, which is the answer.

Level: Middle school
Subject: Math

Lesson Steps:

The PEMDAS rule.

P → Parentheses first

E → Exponent (Powers, Square Roots, Cube Roots, etc.)

MD → Multiplication and Division (start from left to right)

AS → Addition and Subtraction (start from left to right)

2x3+5
6+5
=11

So, according to the PEMDAS rule, first you check for parentheses. It's not there. SO, you start from the left and solve the multiplication, i.e,
2x3=6

Next, you solve the addition and subtraction, i.e

6+5=11.