2*3\3=

- UnkleRhaukus

2*3\3=

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- anonymous

2

- anonymous

2*3=6
6/3=2

- UnkleRhaukus

my computer is telling me it equal 1/2

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- Kaederfds

2.. the true answer is 2. ignore your computer

- anonymous

1/2 ??.....your computer is wrong

- anonymous

unless you didnt put in the correct question

- UnkleRhaukus

\
is different to
/

- anonymous

what is the name of the sign being used. is that a divide sign?

- UnkleRhaukus

left division,

- UnkleRhaukus

a under b
a\b
=
b over a
b/a

- Kaederfds

then.. your computer is right

- anonymous

yes its correct

- UnkleRhaukus

how do order of operations work with left division

- anonymous

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=2*3\3%3D

- UnkleRhaukus

i know right , different machines give different answers

- anonymous

yes,,its 1/2

- anonymous

either way u get 2 as the answer... 2x3=6/3=2 and then 3/3=1x2=2 so yeah answer is 2!

- anonymous

USE PEMDAS! :) PEMDAS is super useful :)

- anonymous

http://isthe.com/chongo/tech/comp/c/c-precedence.html

- lgbasallote

it's 2 * 3\3 not 2 * 3/3

- lgbasallote

those are different

- anonymous

2*3\3= so we have 2times three that is being divided by 3. first we times (2) and (3) = 6 than we divide the six by 3 which gives us the answer 2.

- lgbasallote

\ is not division

- anonymous

okay than what is this / ?

- lgbasallote

like unkle said above.. a\b = b/a

- anonymous

But still the a/b =b/a are being divided

- anonymous

2

- anonymous

thank you I knew it was two..

- lgbasallote

right that's what unkle is saying.. is it \[\implies 2 \times 3 \text \ 3 \implies 2 \times 3/3 \implies 2 \times 1 \implies 2\]
or \[\implies 2 \times 3 \text \ 3 \implies 6 \text \ 3 \implies 3/6 \implies 1/2\]

- lgbasallote

unkle is asking how does the order of operations go in back division

- anonymous

so this question was about how a/b = b/a so the other answer than would 1/2 or 2 not just two.

- anonymous

I admit this one had me a bit fooled here. But oh well life goes on..

- anonymous

Live and learn..

- TheViper

\(\huge{\frac{2\times3}{3}}\)
\(\huge{=2}\)

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