# Math Problem: 10000-(2x300+4x700)÷2

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In summary, the first step in solving this math problem is to simplify the parentheses by performing the operations inside. The order of operations, also known as PEMDAS, is used to solve this problem. After solving the parentheses, the expression is simplified by dividing 2800 by 2 and subtracting 600 from 10000. The final answer to this math problem is 8000. This problem can be solved using a calculator by entering the expression exactly as it is written and following the order of operations.
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So how can we form a math problem that involves this in it: [ 10000-(2×300+4×700)]÷2... I mean " Anna had 3 apples and John had 4 apples more than Anna " this type of problem, but this one has to be solved as above.

Suppose you have an amount of 10000 money in any given currency. If you buy 2 things whose each costs 300 and 4 things whose each costs 700, how much money still left in you?

## 1. What is the correct answer to the math problem?

The correct answer to the math problem is 6000.

## 2. How do you solve this math problem?

To solve this math problem, you need to follow the order of operations, also known as PEMDAS. This stands for Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division (from left to right), and Addition and Subtraction (from left to right). In this problem, you would first solve the parentheses, then the multiplication, and finally the subtraction.

## 3. Can you explain the steps to solve this math problem?

First, you would solve the parentheses by multiplying 2 by 300 and 4 by 700, which equals 600 and 2800, respectively. Then, you would divide the sum of those two numbers (3400) by 2, which equals 1700. Finally, you would subtract 1700 from 10000, giving you the answer of 6000.

## 4. What is the purpose of using the order of operations in this math problem?

The purpose of using the order of operations is to ensure that everyone solves the problem in the same way. It helps to avoid confusion and ensures that the answer is correct.

## 5. Is there another way to solve this math problem?

Yes, there are multiple ways to solve this math problem. For example, you could first divide 700 by 2, which equals 350, and then multiply that by 4, giving you 1400. Then, you would add 300 to that, giving you a total of 1700. Finally, you would subtract 1700 from 10000, giving you the same answer of 6000.

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