Parentheses within a quotation enclose material that is part of the quotation. Brackets are the only mark of punctuation that indicate that the enclosed material is not part of the quotation.

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## What do parentheses in quotes mean?

Parentheses within a quotation enclose material that is part of the quotation. Brackets are the only mark of punctuation that indicate that the enclosed material is not part of the quotation.

## How do you multiply three sets of parentheses?

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## How do you simplify the distributive property?

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## Do parentheses mean to multiply?

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.

## What are the rules for parentheses?

Parentheses (always used in pairs) allow a writer to provide additional information. The parenthetical material might be a single word, a fragment, or multiple complete sentences. Whatever the material inside the parentheses, it must not be grammatically integral to the surrounding sentence.

## What comes first in an equation multiplication or division?

NOTE: Even though Multiplication comes before Division in PEMDAS, the two are done in the same step, from left to right. Addition and Subtraction are also done in the same step.