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Message Subject Math: 6÷2(1+2) = ?
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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the 6/2 would need distributed into the (2+1) if you want to do distribution.

As seen on every math website I have found.
 Quoting: Forgotten

Those websites are wrong, OR the (6/2) was in parentheses. Any fraction using the '/', used as a coefficient, MUST be in parentheses, or else, the entire bottom becomes the denominator. I proved this with the identity law, and that isn't good enough, here is an online algebra lesson:

[link to cstl.syr.edu]
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