## Does punctuation go inside quotes Chicago Manual of Style?

According to The Chicago Manual of Style, commas and periods are almost always placed before a closing quotation mark, “like this,” rather than after, “like this”. This traditional style has persisted even though it’s no longer universally followed outside of the United States and isn’t entirely logical.

**How do you read parentheses?**

a (x – y) could be read as “a, parenthesis, x minus y, close parenthesis.” a × b2 could be read as “a times the square of b.”…These include terms such as:

- within parentheses.
- (open) bracket, close bracket.
- within brackets.
- quantity, close quantity.

**Do brackets come before parenthesis?**

Lesson Summary The innermost parentheses are calculated first, followed by the brackets that form the next layer outwards, followed by braces that form a third layer outwards.

### What do double parentheses mean in texting?

The double parentheses indicate an interpolation which would normally be indicated with brackets: The brackets enclose text which is not actually part of the quotation but necessary to provide additional context, to allow full understanding.

**What comes first in math equations?**

Over time, mathematicians have developed a set of rules called the order of operations to determine which operation to do first. The rules are: Multiply and divide from left to right. Add and subtract from left to right.

**Do you put punctuation before or after quotations?**

Commas and periods always go inside the quotation marks in American English; dashes, colons, and semicolons almost always go outside the quotation marks; question marks and exclamation marks sometimes go inside, sometimes stay outside.

#### Which comes first multiplication or division?

Order of operations tells you to perform multiplication and division first, working from left to right, before doing addition and subtraction. Continue to perform multiplication and division from left to right.

**What is the Bidmas rule?**

The order of operation is a rule that clarifies in which order operations of a mathematical expression should be performed. For example, if the expression is 1 + 2 × 3, the result will be different depending on if you add or multiply first.

**What is the O in Bodmas?**

BODMAS is the tool we use to remember in which order we should do operations. If O stands for “operations”, then we are basically saying, do the bit in the brackets first, then do the operations. Use BODMAS.

## What is the correct way to do math?

The correct order of operations Always perform the operations inside a parenthesis first, then do exponents. After that, do all the multiplication and division from left to right, and lastly do all the addition and subtraction from left to right. A popular way of remembering the order is the acronym PEMDAS.

**What is a maths rule?**

An algebraic rule is a mathematical expression that relates two variables and is written in the form of an equation. There are many constant algebraic rules, such as area = length x width. You can also create your own rule when given a set of variables.

**What is the rule for Pemdas?**

The order of operations is a rule that tells the correct sequence of steps for evaluating a math expression. We can remember the order using PEMDAS: Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division (from left to right), Addition and Subtraction (from left to right).

### What are numbers in parentheses?

Multiplication. The first way tells us to multiply. When we see two or more numbers together that are separated by parentheses, then the parentheses are telling us to multiply. For example, when we see 5(2), the parentheses are telling us to multiply the 5 and the 2 together.

**How do you use double parentheses in a sentence?**

Punctuation Junction: Parentheses and Brackets

- Use brackets inside parentheses to create a double enclosure in the text.
- Separate citations from parenthetical text with either semicolons (for parenthetical-style citations) or commas around the year (for narrative citations).