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# Any /math/ros in chat?

Bro that shits easy no cap

6 / 2(1 + 2)

6 / 2(3)

6 / 6

1

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Math is so retarded

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6/2(1+2)

=3(1+2)

=3+2)

=5

its 1 and ur retarded because thats like 2 class math

PEMDAS

P is for parentheses, do this first.

First operation: In parentheses, (1+2) = 3

Multiplication and division have the same priority, so use left to right rules (left comes first).

Second Operation: 6/2 = 3

Third Operation: 3*3 = 9

Final answer is 9.

All steps shown clearly:

6/2(1+2)

6/2(3)

3(3)

9

Invalid expression is invalid.

Nigger.

Correct.

Follow PEMDAS

Parentheses

Exponents

Multiplication and Division

Addition and Subtraction

6/2(1+2)

6/2(3)

6/2x3

3x3

9

9

No.

PEMDAS, faggit!

Its 7, if you disagree you're wrong

Who decided on order of operations anyways? It's completely arbitrary.

7

3×1+2

=5

you're welcome

It's 14 you fucking retards

literally how.

Anyone who writes an equation with inline division needs to retake high school math

You're wrong so no u

You learn that earlier than high school

You won't come across this equation anywhere but on retarded Anon Babble threads such as this

It's 9

and that's a magic number

2×1

=2

2×2

=4

6÷2

=3

3+4

=7

x=7

Why? Genuinely curious as a non math person

it is easy.

From left to right presedence;

So,

6 / 2 * 3

3 * 3

9

6 divided by 2 is 3 and 1 plus 2 is 3 so 3 TIMES 3 is NINE.

if op wasn't such a nigger faggot he'd run this crap through 5 different programming languages to find the answer

Programs usually don't follow pemdas

Doesn't matter if you're a mathematician or not, the gist of it is that you will rarely come across ambigious equations such as the one in OP

We can all agree that parentheses are taken care of first, but as for everything else, we were probably taught in a different way: if we go from left to right regardless of division coming up first, the solution is 9; but if we do multiplication first, and then division, we get 1

÷

value/value

Should not exist, should just put your terms there instead of dots and being ambiguous leading to this annoying facebook mom expression

When written properly there is no contention

The issue is, from the way it is written, it's unclear whether the expression is (6/2)(1+2) or 6/[2(1+2)].

implying all programming languages are the same.

your quintuple digits iq is starting to show up: 99.999

It's written in a deliberately ambiguous way to stir up an argument about the order of operations. In any serious context, order of operations isn't even a consideration because equations are written with a clear hierarchy.

It should really be written like this

6/(2×1+2×2)

Answer is 1

Needs more Parentheses.

You solve from left to right according to PEMDAS

( 6 / 2 ) x ( 1 + 2 ) = 9

6 / ( 2 x ( 1 + 2 ) ) = 1

6 / ( 2 x 1 ) + 2 = 5

( 6 / 2 ) x 1 + 2 = 5

This

I believe order of operations is the hierarchy

Fuck your pemdas, the answer is 7

No. What is 6÷6

I was never that great at math. I'm more of a word guy.

By "clear hierarchy" I mean the division would be written as a fraction, or at the very least it would use another set of parentheses to remove any need for interpretation from the reader. If you ever have to think about the order of operations, the equation is badly written.

I see. Thank you

lol

7

Multiplication and division have the same priority

wrong.

No? Multiplication and division are functionally the same operation, there's no reason why one would have priority over the other

In the context of OP's question, yes.

Parenthesis, exposant, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction

So it's all good.

Thas bullshit why say PEMDAS when it should be

P>E>M=D>A=S

why say PEMDAS

Because the question's context, division and multiplication is of the same priority, so you solve it from left to right. The only time you don't is when you have a problem where it's specified they aren't equal. In this context, there is no specification, therefore the general rule applies, and they're treated as equals and solved left to right.

Lots of people learn it as BEDMAS. Either way, it's just a mnemonic.

42

You don't need the extra brackets. There is only one way this equation can be read. My calculator knows this and adds the brackets for you because there's only one place they can go.

my python script says it's Typeerror: 'int' object is not callable.

retarded americans no operator implies multiplication Brackets first so it's 3 x 3 = 9

I learned it as BIDMAS, Brackets, Indicies, Division, Multiplcation, Addition, Subtraction.

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