# How do you evaluate #-4+ ( - 6\div 2) \times 3#?

##### 1 Answer

Use the order of operations Parentheses Exponents, Multiply and Divide, Addition and Subtraction.

#### Explanation:

One way of remembering the order of operations is If you get hurt in PE call a Medical Doctor As Soon as possible.

First do Parentheses

Think about this a negative is something bad a positive is adding something. Adding something bad is bad or negative.

Next do multiplication and division from left to right. ( Remember a medical doctor is one person not two, so the multiplication and division must be done together.)

Next do addition and subtraction from left to right (Remember As Soon as possible is one time not two so addition and subtraction must be done together. )

A negative goes down, a second negative goes down further leaving a more negative number. You go down down down and flames get higher and burns burns burns ( that means it is more negative)