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accidentally voted for 1 but it's 9
if you use the / to show the division, it's much easier
you always start with the brackets
to make it more obvious which step comes next, we should leave the unnecessary brackets out and put the optional multiplication sign in
6 / 2 x 3
if you actually write it as fraction, you can see that it's (6/2) x3 or (6x3)/(2x1) because there is no bracket for the 2x3, so it only takes the 2 on the bottom part
___ x 3 = 3x3 = 9
U solve the brackets first, then because you're only left with multiplication and division calculation you move from left to right which only leaves you with 3x (3)=9. So 9 is the only correct answer to this.
Dudes, I honestly suck at maths but this is seriously kindergarten.0
First you solve what is inside the parenthesis so 6 % 2(3)
And then when it comes to division and multiplication there's no rule for one before the other so when there's no rule you have to go left to right.
so 6%2 which is 3..
which is 9.10
Its 9 how the fuck are people getting 1?
6/2 is 3.
Then you answer the sum in the brackets, also 3.
The lack of symbol between equations suggest multiplication, so 3 X 3 = 9
This isn't rocket sciencs.2
The correct answer is 9. You do multiplication/division and addition/subtraction from left to right.
The division comes before the multiplication which leave you with 3(3) which equals 9.0
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"neither answers are technically wrong"
That is incorrect. Math has a specific order of operations that will always result in an unambiguous answer.
(Not to say there cannot be multiple solutions, but that whatever the solution set is, it is not ambiguous).20
Parentheses first, 2+1=3
Multiplication next, 2x3=6
Division lastly, 6/6=1
Any number divided by itself equals 1, so if you accurately follow the order of operations your answer should be 1.
And this is from a guy who failed highschool algebra thrice😂 Oh Internet how dumb you are.4
The answer is 9, but there's a reason you never use that division sign in complicated formulas, it's super ambiguous.
Things inside the brackets happen first.
Then multiplication and division, left to right
Then addition and subtraction, left to right
So we have 6 divided by 2 times 3, after solving INSIDE the brackets.
The 2 times three is not inside brackets, its simply an implied multiplication, so we go left to right.
6 divided by 2 is 3, 3 X 3 = 9.4
I got 6 divided by 2 = 3
Then dono what bracket means so I just ignored them plussed 1+2 giving me 3
Therefore I can state with a 95% confidence level that the answer = 6
@desidoll is my maths correct?9
I literally can't believe how uneducated people are. The answer is 9.
In PEMDAS, MULTIPLICATION and DIVISION have the same precedence, therefore, it goes left to right. Don't believe me? Do it on a calculator and you will get 9.31
The answer is one. Thou shalt get rid of the brackets first.20
The answer is 1. Solve the bracket issue first. 1+2=3. Then 2x3=6. Then divide 6/6=1. The answer is 1.29
I think that the order of operations is not a universal standard, despite what others may claim. That, of course, determines the answer to the question.0
PE[MD][AS] - Parentheses, Exponents, [Multiplication and Division], and [Addition and Subtraction]
Each level gets solved left to right, then the next level, left to right.
P then E then M&D left to right, then A&S left to right.20
B (rackets) first -> 1+2 = 3
Then D (ivision) -> 6/2 = 3
Then M (ultipilication) -> 3x3 = 9
Answer is 9.10
Using the PEMDAS (Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, and Addition and Subtraction) rule, the answer is 1.11
How did we get this far in society where we can send people to the fucking moon, yet half the fucking population is so stupid they can't correctly answer a god damn 3rd grade math problem?22
multiplication and division are on the same level so the order in the problem determines which happens first. 6/2 happens first so 3*(3)10
I hate math. HATE. IT. But I was taught PEMDAS in school and following that method, I got 1. PEDMAS gets you 9.10
Order of operation:
You multiply, then divide, then you add and subtract.
The answer is: 1
Always get rid of the brackets first. (Multiply... basically).12
seems like a simple PEMDAS situation.
so add the numbers in the parentheses, multiple that by 2 and divide
i get 10
The answer is 9. You have to do the division and multiplication in the order it occurs. So
6÷2(1+2) = 6÷2*3 = 3*3 = 9
In order to get 1, it would need to be written as
we always solve the one in a bracket first, then multiply it with the number with the bracket, then solve it like common math.
so the answer is 14
Brackets go before any other operation, the order of multiplication and division doesn't matter. The answer is 1.0
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In math there is an order of operations. Parentheses, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, and last subtraction. You take care of what's in the brackets first (1+2)=3.
Then multiplication, 2(3)=6.
Finally, complete the equation, division - 6/6=1
In math there is only 1 right answer, unlike English, where you can get 6 different versions of what "should" be proper noun, verb, adjective, blah, blah, blah... usage of the English language, from 6 different English instructors. Math makes sense. It's logical, and always follows a specified pattern.