# How do you evaluate (6\times 4) 4\times 2?

Dec 17, 2016

The final answer will be $192$.
First, you would multiply $6 \times 4$, since that is in parentheses, and get $24$.
Then, you will multiply $24 \times 4$ because when reading left to right, that comes first, and the answer to that will be $96$.
Finally, you will do $96 \times 2$ because those are the last two numbers left, and the answer will be $192$.