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Anyone know the answer 6 divided by 2 (1+2)=?

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Im sorry, hang on
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6 divided by 2 times the quantity of 1 plus two.
6/2(1+2)
6/(2+4)
6/6
The answer is 1

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6/[2(1+2)] = 6/(2 x 3) = 6/6 = 1
Or if you meant
6/2(1+2) = 3(1+2) = 9

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6/2 (1+2)
6/2(3)
3(3)
9

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Review your order of operations, friend.
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PEMDAS
parenthesis!
exponents
multiplying/dividing
addition/subtraction
I DID THAT!
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9

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Oh i get it 69
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How can a number being divided by another whole integer yield a greater number than that of the original?
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It is 1 always solve what is inside the parenthesis first.

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6/2(1+2)
6/2(3)
6/6=1
1
PEMDAS= parenthesis exponent multiplication addition subtraction. parenthesis= ( )

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PEMDAS,
6/2(1+2)
6/2(3)
6/2=3
3(3) = 9


When it comes to M/D & A/S
(Multiplication and Division, or Addition and Subtraction)
I you do whatever comes first in the problem.


Check your calculator if you think im wrong (;
Then go back to school when you realize im not :p

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