anonymous
  • anonymous
The product of three and six more than a number A) (3 + 6)x B) 3 + 6 ∙ x C) 3(x + 6) D) 3 ∙ 6 + x Is it D?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
no. D = 3 times 6 , added to x
anonymous
  • anonymous
the question requires different. It says '3' times "6 added to x"
Littlebird
  • Littlebird
Knowing the order of operations is important here

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Winston, do you know the correct order of operations ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'll help you out it's either a or c (;
anonymous
  • anonymous
I do. Know order of operations.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Parentheses, Exponent, Multiply, Divide, Add, Subtract
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's C?
anonymous
  • anonymous
nailed it !!
anonymous
  • anonymous
but, in order of operations, Divide comes before multiply.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you! The wording is confusing.. lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
Complexity can often be broken down into segments relatively simpler. :)
phi
  • phi
multiplication and division are at the same precedence. You would do them left to right
phi
  • phi
I think this question is as clear as mud. The product of three and six more than a number People (sometimes) write this way, but it can be legitimately interpreted a number of ways. product of 3 and 6 is 18, so maybe they mean 18 more than a number. or 3 and 6 more than a number might mean (3+x) and (6+x) the first is 3 more than a number x and the second is 6 more than the number x However, they mean 3 * (6+x) The only way you really know this is you see a bunch of questions that ask the same (lousy) question

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