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# Parentheses Calculator

**Parentheses Calculator** is an online tool that helps to calculate mathematical expressions.

## What is Parentheses Calculator?

Online Parentheses Calculator helps you to calculate the mathematical expressions in a few seconds.

### Parentheses Calculator

**NOTE:** Please use the *** **symbol for multiplication operation and / symbol for division operation in this calculator.

## How to Use the Parentheses Calculator?

Please follow the below steps to solve the mathematical expressions:

**Step 1:**Enter an expression in the given input box.**Step 2:**Click on the**"Solve"**button to find mathematical expressions.**Step 3:**Click on**"Reset"**to clear the field and enter a new expression.

## What is Meant by Parentheses?

**Parentheses** or "round brackets" are the familiar ( ) symbols used in pairs to group things together or specify the order of operations in an equation.

Parentheses are represented by [{( )}]

PEMDAS is a set of rules which are followed while solving mathematical expressions.

This rule starts with **Parentheses**, and then operations are performed on the exponents** or powers**. Next, we perform operations on multiplication** **or division from left to right. Finally, operations on addition or subtraction are performed from left to right.

If you stick to this order of operations in the PEMDAS rule, you will always get the correct answer.

**Solved Examples on Parentheses Calculator**

**Example 1:**

Find the value of the given expression (8 + 4) × 2.

**Solution:**

To solve the given expression, we have to apply the PEMDAS rule.

So, according to that, first, we have to solve the expression in parentheses.

8 + 4 = 12

Now, we can rewrite our expression as, 12 × 2 = 24.

**Example 2:**

Find the value of the given expression 7 + (6 × 3).

**Solution:**

To solve the given expression, we have to apply the PEMDAS rule.

So, according to that, first, we have to solve the expression in parentheses.

6 × 3 = 18

Now, we can rewrite our expression as, 7 + 18 = 25.

**Example 3:**

Find the value of the given expression (10 + 6) / 2 * 7.

**Solution:**

To solve the given expression, we have to apply the PEMDAS rule.

So, according to that, first, we have to solve the expression in parentheses.

10 + 6 = 16

After, 16/2 = 8

Now, we can rewrite our expression as, 8 × 7 = 56.

Similarly, you can try the calculator and solve the following expressions:

a) 48 - 4 × (16 ÷ 8)

b) (5 + 30 - 35) ÷ 5

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