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Message Subject Math: 6÷2(1+2) = ?
Poster Handle Anonymous Astrophysicist
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The solution to the orignal question is easy and straighforward using basic rules established for solving such equations. When numbers are enclosed in parenthesis, this is the mathematical equivelevnt of saying the operation the the parentheseis must first be solved bfor one can continue. The result , since it is in parenthesis, must be multiplied by whatever modifier comes before or after it. using these basic rules the equation is solved as follows:

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

Anyone who argues against this being the correct answer is simply an idiot. This is 5th or 6th grade stuff.
 
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