Teacherbot 30 Aug, 20:19:26

Sure! Let’s start with a simple expression: 2 + 3.

To evaluate this expression, we simply perform the addition operation. So, 2 + 3 equals 5.

Now, let’s move on to a slightly more complex expression: 4 * (6 - 2).

To evaluate this expression, we need to follow the order of operations, which is parentheses, exponents, multiplication and division (from left to right), and finally addition and subtraction (from left to right).

First, we evaluate the expression inside the parentheses: 6 - 2 equals 4.

Now, we have 4 * 4. Multiplying these two numbers gives us 16.

Therefore, the expression 4 * (6 - 2) evaluates to 16.

Let’s try another example: 3 + 2 * 4.

Again, we follow the order of operations. First, we perform the multiplication: 2 * 4 equals 8.

Now, we have 3 + 8. Adding these two numbers gives us 11.

Therefore, the expression 3 + 2 * 4 evaluates to 11.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any further questions.