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same scenario LOL
haha it's bugging everyone, i keep saying you cant ignore the parenthesis even after the addition they are still there
use this method: Please, Excuse , My , Dear, Aunt, Sally Parenthesis, exponents, multiplication,division, addition, subtraction
is it? o_o
i know the answer is 1 but people still think it's 9 which irritates me they say division is on the same level as multiplication and forget that parenthesis are still around
I say a ghost lives inside openstudy. Who's with me?
lol, when you face division and multiplication, always start with which comes first ^_^ you have this : \[6 \div 2 \times 3\] start from the left, who comes first?
@ flaasome, yeah I know. people forget parens which is annoying, not just in simple problems like these, but in complex problems such as (x+1 +x^2*X^2/3 what am i supposed to understand from that?
your wrong starica
am I? how so?
you've got to start from left
you have 6/2(3)
alright so multiply first ^_^
yes, if there were no parenthesis then you would divide
sorry abt the parenthesis ^_^"
Just in case you look this up again, the answer is 9 and not 1. Your question is \[6\div2 x (1+2)\]
We first solve the bracket 1+2 to get 3. So the question becomes \[6\div2\times3\]
As per BODMAS/PEDMAS we have to carry out division first and then multiplication. so carrying out division first, we get, \[3\times3\]
So the final answer is 9 and not 1!!!!!!!!!
harkirat is RIGHT!
actually, per BODMAS, multiplication and division carry the same weight, but the expression should be evaluate left-to-right. So yes, the answer is 9.