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## Do you add first or multiply first?

Order of operations tells you to perform multiplication and division first, working from left to right, before doing addition and subtraction. Continue to perform multiplication and division from left to right. Next, add and subtract from left to right.

## How do you use brackets in a quote?

When writers insert or alter words in a direct quotation, square brackets—[ ]—are placed around the change. The brackets, always used in pairs, enclose words intended to clarify meaning, provide a brief explanation, or to help integrate the quote into the writer’s sentence.

**What does domain mean in math?**

The domain of a function is the set of all possible inputs for the function. For example, the domain of f(x)=x² is all real numbers, and the domain of g(x)=1/x is all real numbers except for x=0. We can also define special functions whose domains are more limited.

**What is an example of simplify?**

Example 1: Simplify: 5(7y+2) 5 ( 7 y + 2 ) . Solution: Multiply 5 times each term inside the parentheses. Example 2: Simplify: −3(2×2+5x+1) − 3 ( 2 x 2 + 5 x + 1 ) . Because multiplication is commutative, we can also write the distributive property in the following manner: (b+c)a=ba+ca ( b + c ) a = b a + c a .

### How do you write eg in a sentence?

e.g. (exempli gratia)

- “The Summer Olympics is composed of a variety of sports (e.g., gymnastics, swimming, and tennis).”
- “Many genes are involved in neural tube development, e.g., Sonic Hedgehog, BMPs, and the Hox genes.”
- Note: because e.g. implies that other examples are being omitted, do not use etc. in the same list.

### How do you use eg in parentheses?

When the “e.g.” passage falls at the end of the sentence, you can either enclose it in parentheses or set it off with a comma before “e.g.” But as before, if “e.g.” introduces an independent clause, use a semicolon because it’s likely you’ve formed another compound sentence.

**How do you write eg in an essay?**

Only use these abbreviated forms e.g. and i.e. in more informal or expedient documents. It is always correct to simply write out, “for example,” or “that is.” Since these are abbreviations, they do require a period after each letter. All main style guides but one recommend a comma after use (i.e., and e.g.,).

**What does U mean in math?**

union of sets

## Which bracket should be solved first?

Ans: According to BODMAS rule, the brackets have to be solved first followed by powers or roots (i.e. of), then Division, Multiplication, Addition and at the end Subtraction. Solving any expression is considered correct only if the BODMAS rule or the PEMDAS rule is followed to solve it.

## Can eg be used in formal writing?

Among the Latin abbreviations, e.g. and i.e. can be considered to belong the most commonly misused. While both terms are deemed to be formal, using them in informal, business, or technical writing is acceptable. The abbreviation e.g. is short of the Latin phrase exempli gratia, which means “for example.”

**What are the 5 examples of apostrophe?**

Apostrophe Examples

- Twinkle, twinkle, little star, how I wonder what you are. (
- O holy night!
- Then come, sweet death, and rid me of this grief. (
- O, pardon me, thou bleeding piece of earth. (
- Roll on, thou deep and dark blue Ocean – roll! (
- Welcome, O life!

**How do you use etc and EG?**

i.e., etc., and e.g.

- i.e. – that is (stands for id est from Latin). You can also use it to substitute, “in other words.”
- etc. – and so on, and the rest (abbreviation for etcetera).
- e.g. – for instance, for example (abbreviation for exempli gratia in Latin).
- Rule #1: Don’t use e.g. and etc.
- Rule #2: Use periods as they’re abbreviations.

### Which bracket is solved first?

According to BODMAS rule, if an expression contains brackets ((), {}, []) we have first to solve or simplify the bracket followed by ‘order’ (that means powers and roots, etc.), then division, multiplication, addition and subtraction from left to right.

### What is parentheses and examples?

Use parentheses to enclose information that clarifies or is used as an aside. Example: He finally answered (after taking five minutes to think) that he did not understand the question. If material in parentheses ends a sentence, the period goes after the parentheses. Example: He gave me a nice bonus ($500).

**What are () used for?**

Parentheses ( () ) are curved notations used to contain further thoughts or qualifying remarks. However, parentheses can be replaced by commas without changing the meaning in most cases.

**What does this [] mean in math?**

One or both of the square bracket symbols [ and ] are used in many different contexts in mathematics. A square bracket at one end of an interval indicates that the interval is closed at that end (i.e., the number adjacent to the opening or closing square bracket is included in the interval).

## Can you use brackets in an essay?

Writers use brackets in academic writing to add information to a quote without changing the meaning of the sentence. This means that the writer can add words, if necessary, to make the sentence clearer or add a correction or comment to quoted material.

## What kind of brackets are these?

Brackets (Parentheses)

- parentheses or “round brackets” ( )
- “square brackets” or “box brackets” [ ]
- braces or “curly brackets” { }
- “angle brackets” < >

**What is the U in math called?**

In set theory, the union (denoted by ∪) of a collection of sets is the set of all elements in the collection. It is one of the fundamental operations through which sets can be combined and related to each other. For explanation of the symbols used in this article, refer to the table of mathematical symbols.

**What do words in brackets mean?**

They can enclose a single word, a phrase, or even an entire sentence. Typically, the words inside the parentheses provide extra information about something else in the sentence. Brackets, sometimes called square brackets, are most often used to show that words have been added to a direct quotation.

### What is a ∆ B?

The symmetric difference of two sets A and B is the set (A – B) ∪ (B – A) and is denoted by A △ B. A △ B is the set of all those elements which belongs either to A or to B but not to both. A △ B is also expressed by (A ∪ B) – (B ∩ A).

### Can you use eg in academic writing?

Avoid e.g. and i.e., instead use for example and for instance. Avoid etc. There isn’t really an alternative, so rewrite the sentence.

**How do you use eg in the middle of a sentence?**

I.e. and e.g. are lowercase when they come in the middle of a sentence. Most American style guides recommend following e.g. and i.e. with a comma and including the periods after each letter, and this is usually borne out in edited American books and publications.

**What is the difference between () and [] in math?**

if using this in sets, () stands for open interval and [] means closed interval and {} is used to denote specific elements. For example, (9,10] is the set of all numbers between 9 and 10 excluding 9 and including 10. {9,10} is a set of 2 numbers, 9 and 10.

## Is eg followed by a comma?

In general, you add a comma after e.g. and between each subsequent example if there is more than one item in your list. If you want your examples or your narrowing-down set apart from the rest of the sentence, you can enclose e.g. and i.e., along with the examples associated with them, in parentheses.