Type a math problem

This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Learn more

Type a math problem

Evaluate

-12

$−12$

Solution Steps

4 - 3 \times 6 + 2

$4−3×6+2$

Multiply 3 and 6 to get 18.

Multiply $3$ and $6$ to get $18$.

4-18+2=-12

$4−18+2=−12$

Subtract 18 from 4 to get -14.

Subtract $18$ from $4$ to get $−14$.

-14+2=-12

$−14+2=−12$

Add -14 and 2 to get -12.

Add $−14$ and $2$ to get $−12$.

-12

$−12$

Share

Copy

Copied to clipboard

4-18+2=-12

Multiply 3 and 6 to get 18.

-14+2=-12

Subtract 18 from 4 to get -14.

-12

Add -14 and 2 to get -12.

Similar Problems

4 - 3 \times 6 + 2

$4−3×6+2$

(4 - 3) \times 6 + 2

$(4−3)×6+2$

4 - 3 \times (6 + 2) ^ 2

$4−3×(6+2)_{2}$

\frac{4-3}{6}+2^2

$64−3 +2_{2}$

5-4(7-9(5-1)) \times 3^3 -4

$5−4(7−9(5−1))×3_{3}−4$

12-2(7-4)^2 \div 4

$12−2(7−4)_{2}÷4$

\frac{ \left( 4-3 \right) + { \left( 1+2 \right) }^{ 2 } }{ 6+ \left( 7-5 \right) }

$6+(7−5)(4−3)+(1+2)_{2} $

Back to top