# 4 + 3(-6) - 1 = ?

**Answer:**

-15

4 + 3(-6) -1

4+(-18)-1

-14-1

-15

-15, perhaps. It have been a while since math class, though.

it is -15

Zero.

4+(-18)-1 (multiplication first 3*-6=-18

4+-18=-14 later -14-1=-15

so your answer is -15

hope this helps God Bless

4+(-18)-1=

4-18-1=

-14-1=

-15

instruct of operations: Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication/Division, after addition/subtraction. the poeple saying Zero are morons

4 + 3(-6) -1 = 4 - 18 -1

= 4 - 19

= -15

3 times -18 +4= -14 +1=-15 u join bcuz they both are negatives

-15 fishsticks

four minus eighteen minus one.

or

minus one minus eighteen plus four

or

minus eighteen plus four minus one

4 + (3 * (-6)) - 1 = -15

-15

-15

Here's the steps contained by order:

(Parenthesis)

Equations 22

Multiply 2x10 (OR)

Divide 100/5

Add 1+1 (OR)

Subtration 5-4

An easier approach to remember the order is PEMDAS

or the easiest of adjectives is the following saying qualified by my 3rd grade educationalist Mr. Matters

Please

Excuse

My

Dear

Aunt

Sally

zero

4+3-1=6(-6)=0

ok the (-6) is second whenever you do a math problem.

You can use calculator.com though.

-15 duh. read your math book. PAY ATTENTION IN CLASS!!!

-15

DEAR SIR

THE ANSWER IS (-16) OK

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