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• The basic common knowledge, even you dont go to school
50 - 5 X 2 = 30
12 + 5 x 2 = 22
When solving a problem, multiplication and division always take precedence over addition and subtraction.

*edited by CM - off topic*
50 - 5 X 2 = 30
12 + 5 x 2 = 22
When solving a problem, multiplication and division always take precedence over addition and subtraction.
ex)
6 + 10 X 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 34

(6 +10) x 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 40

6 + 10 x 2 + 10 / (2 + 3) = 28

6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / 2 + 3 = 69

6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / (2 + 3) = 30

(6 + 10) x (2 + 10) / (2 + 1) = 64

I got a high exam result in GCSE French. The most I can remember is Je suis desole, Sa va (and response) s'il vous plait and je m'appelle now and a couple of German phrases.
I also passed several exams in office skills a few years ago but seeing as I don't have office at home, I rarely use it so have forgotten most of it.
See where I am going with this haha. You don't have to be weak at maths just because you're English. My son is doing A level maths atm and all but one of my children are excellent at maths. we suspect the youngest takes after her dad for having the dyslexia version of maths but they are both very arty and creative.
Unless you use things a lot you tend to forget them, and as I don't use more than addition and subtraction regularly..I've forgotten everything I knew 30 years ago  • The basic common knowledge, even you don't go to school
50 - 5 X 2 = 30
12 + 5 x 2 = 22
When solving a problem, multiplication and division always take precedence over addition and subtraction.

ex)
6 + 10 X 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 34

(6 +10) x 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 40

6 + 10 x 2 + 10 / (2 + 3) = 28

6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / 2 + 3 = 69

6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / (2 + 3) = 30

(6 + 10) x (2 + 10) / (2 + 1) = 64

I got a high exam result in GCSE French. The most I can remember is Je suis desole, Sa va (and response) s'il vous plait and je m'appelle now and a couple of German phrases.
I also passed several exams in office skills a few years ago but seeing as I don't have office at home, I rarely use it so have forgotten most of it.
See where I am going with this haha. You don't have to be weak at maths just because you're English. My son is doing A level maths atm and all but one of my children are excellent at maths. we suspect the youngest takes after her dad for having the dyslexia version of maths but they are both very arty and creative.
Unless you use things a lot you tend to forget them, and as I don't use more than addition and subtraction regularly..I've forgotten everything I knew 30 years ago  • The basic common knowledge, even you don't go to school
50 - 5 X 2 = 30
12 + 5 x 2 = 22
When solving a problem, multiplication and division always take precedence over addition and subtraction.

ex)
6 + 10 X 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 34

(6 +10) x 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 40

6 + 10 x 2 + 10 / (2 + 3) = 28

6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / 2 + 3 = 69

6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / (2 + 3) = 30

(6 + 10) x (2 + 10) / (2 + 1) = 64

I got a high exam result in GCSE French. The most I can remember is Je suis desole, Sa va (and response) s'il vous plait and je m'appelle now and a couple of German phrases.
I also passed several exams in office skills a few years ago but seeing as I don't have office at home, I rarely use it so have forgotten most of it.
See where I am going with this haha. You don't have to be weak at maths just because you're English. My son is doing A level maths atm and all but one of my children are excellent at maths. we suspect the youngest takes after her dad for having the dyslexia version of maths but they are both very arty and creative.
Unless you use things a lot you tend to forget them, and as I don't use more than addition and subtraction regularly..I've forgotten everything I knew 30 years ago • The basic common knowledge, even you don't go to school
50 - 5 X 2 = 30
12 + 5 x 2 = 22
When solving a problem, multiplication and division always take precedence over addition and subtraction.

• phi1ar said.*edited by CM - off topic*

• 제니퍼리Posts: 79✭✭✭

ex)
6 + 10 X 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 34

(6 +10) x 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 40

6 + 10 x 2 + 10 / (2 + 3) = 28

6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / 2 + 3 = 69

6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / (2 + 3) = 30

(6 + 10) x (2 + 10) / (2 + 1) = 64

• Chicken SlayerPosts: 9,011Superstar
I got a high exam result in GCSE French. The most I can remember is Je suis desole, Sa va (and response) s'il vous plait and je m'appelle now and a couple of German phrases.
I also passed several exams in office skills a few years ago but seeing as I don't have office at home, I rarely use it so have forgotten most of it.
See where I am going with this haha. You don't have to be weak at maths just because you're English. My son is doing A level maths atm and all but one of my children are excellent at maths. we suspect the youngest takes after her dad for having the dyslexia version of maths but they are both very arty and creative.
Unless you use things a lot you tend to forget them, and as I don't use more than addition and subtraction regularly..I've forgotten everything I knew 30 years ago • The basic common knowledge, even you don't go to school
50 - 5 X 2 = 30
12 + 5 x 2 = 22
When solving a problem, multiplication and division always take precedence over addition and subtraction.

• phi1ar said.
*edited by CM - off topic*

• 제니퍼리Posts: 79✭✭✭

ex)
6 + 10 X 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 34

(6 +10) x 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 40

6 + 10 x 2 + 10 / (2 + 3) = 28

6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / 2 + 3 = 69

6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / (2 + 3) = 30

(6 + 10) x (2 + 10) / (2 + 1) = 64

• Chicken SlayerPosts: 9,011Superstar
I got a high exam result in GCSE French. The most I can remember is Je suis desole, Sa va (and response) s'il vous plait and je m'appelle now and a couple of German phrases.
I also passed several exams in office skills a few years ago but seeing as I don't have office at home, I rarely use it so have forgotten most of it.
See where I am going with this haha. You don't have to be weak at maths just because you're English. My son is doing A level maths atm and all but one of my children are excellent at maths. we suspect the youngest takes after her dad for having the dyslexia version of maths but they are both very arty and creative.
Unless you use things a lot you tend to forget them, and as I don't use more than addition and subtraction regularly..I've forgotten everything I knew 30 years ago • The basic common knowledge, even you don't go to school

# 제니퍼리

50 - 5 X 2 = 30
12 + 5 x 2 = 22
When solving a problem, multiplication and division always take precedence over addition and subtraction.

phi1ar Posts: 126✭✭✭

*edited by CM - off topic*

ex)
6 + 10 X 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 34

(6 +10) x 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 40

6 + 10 x 2 + 10 / (2 + 3) = 28

6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / 2 + 3 = 69

6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / (2 + 3) = 30

(6 + 10) x (2 + 10) / (2 + 1) = 64

• Chicken SlayerPosts: 9,011Superstar
I got a high exam result in GCSE French. The most I can remember is Je suis desole, Sa va (and response) s'il vous plait and je m'appelle now and a couple of German phrases.
I also passed several exams in office skills a few years ago but seeing as I don't have office at home, I rarely use it so have forgotten most of it.
See where I am going with this haha. You don't have to be weak at maths just because you're English. My son is doing A level maths atm and all but one of my children are excellent at maths. we suspect the youngest takes after her dad for having the dyslexia version of maths but they are both very arty and creative.
Unless you use things a lot you tend to forget them, and as I don't use more than addition and subtraction regularly..I've forgotten everything I knew 30 years ago 