anonymous
  • anonymous
9+6/3 x 3. k so im helpin my little bro with math and this problem i think is impossible. it has no parentheses, so how do u know if u multiply or divide first? u get completely different answers. order of operations PEMDAS says that isnt multiplication and division equal? so this makes no sense since u get 2 different answers..
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anonymous
  • anonymous
why dont you treat it like a fraction then,
anonymous
  • anonymous
i dont think u can theres no parentheses
anonymous
  • anonymous
??????

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anonymous
  • anonymous
order of operations also states that you do the multiply/divide from left to right as well as the add and subtract. So in this case you could write in parentheses to get 9 + [(6/3) x 3]
anonymous
  • anonymous
the final answer should be 15
anonymous
  • anonymous
k thanks!
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh, my cp froze, guess someone beat me to it. Well im glad you got the right response

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