6÷2(1+2)=?

- anonymous

6÷2(1+2)=?

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- anonymous

9?

- anonymous

that is obvious

- anonymous

I think its one, since if you use BEDMAS then you do the 1+2 first so you have 6/2(3) then you just simplify that so you have 6/6 so that equals 1

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- anonymous

6/ (2*1) + (2*2)
6/(2+4)
6/6
1

- anonymous

6/2=3 3*3=9

- anonymous

parenthesis come first

- anonymous

then u have 6/2 times 3

- anonymous

distribute the 2 then add the parenthesis

- anonymous

put this 6/2(1+2) in your calculator

- anonymous

so is it 1 or 9?

- anonymous

do u multiply 2x3 before you divide?

- anonymous

PEMDAS

- anonymous

Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, and Addition and Subtraction".

- anonymous

so therefore it is 1

- anonymous

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- anonymous

i think its 1 but this says otherwise

- anonymous

1+2 is three then order of operations from left to right making 6/2=3, 3*3 is 9

- anonymous

my apologies i thought 6 was on top of all of it

- anonymous

so its 9?

- anonymous

yes

- anonymous

well one math teacher told me it was 1...and others have said 9...

- anonymous

in that case it would be 9.
If 6 would have been over the entire equation it would be one

- anonymous

even if you distribute the 2 to the 1 and the 2 and then add them, its still 1...quote from teacher...also says multiplication comes first

- anonymous

6/2(2+1)
following the PEMDAS rule, the answer comes out to be 9. parenthesis, exponents, multiplication OR division, ANY ORDER!! (remember that), addition OR subtraction!!
sooo...lots of people forget that part.(:
6/2(3)
3(3)
=9

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