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Message Subject Math: 6÷2(1+2) = ?
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there are (3) mathematical equations to be solved in this problem. First, you must do the equation in parentesis (1+2). This can only equal 3. So you move to the left. Then by moving left, the Second equation to be solved is the multiplication (2 x (1+2)). This can only equal 6. Finally, the third equation to be solved includes dividing the previous solution of the first two equations (as denominators) into 6. That leaves the equation to be solved as (6 divided by 6) Therefore, the answer to this problem can only be 1; NOT 9. No wonder our kids are failing math in school.
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