# How do you evaluate the expression (0.5 + 4.8) times 5.78 - 5.367 / 0.367 + 13 times 0?

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May 30, 2017

See a solution process below:

#### Explanation:

First, evaluate the term within the Parenthesis first:

$\textcolor{red}{0.5 + 4.8} \times 5.78 - \frac{5.367}{0.367} + 13 x 0 \implies$

$5.3 \times 5.78 - \frac{5.367}{0.367} + 13 x 0 \implies$

Next, execute the two Multiplications and one Division operation left to right:

$\textcolor{red}{5.3 \times 5.78} - \frac{5.367}{0.367} + 13 x 0 \implies$

$30.634 - \frac{5.367}{0.367} + 13 x 0 \implies$

$30.634 - \textcolor{red}{\frac{5.367}{0.367}} + 13 x 0 \implies$

$30.634 - 14.624 + 13 x 0 \implies$

$30.634 - 14.624 + \textcolor{red}{13 x 0} \implies$

$30.634 - 14.624 + 0$

Now, execute the Subtraction and Addition operations left to right:

$\textcolor{red}{30.634 - 14.624} + 0 \implies$

$16.010 + 0 \implies$

$\textcolor{red}{16.010 + 0} \implies$

$16.010$ rounded to the nearest thousandth