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# How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x

DUCM900 (OP)

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01/19/2013 07:28 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x

NOW, can I convert it to this one below?

6/2((1)¹+(2)¹) = x
Quoting: DUCM900

No, you can't. You missed the parantheses.

6/(2((1)¹+(2)¹)) = x
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32571824

Are you sure?

1n is the equivalent of: 1(n)

and if you multiply by 2 you get just:

2(n)

not:

((2)(n))

Thats an example multiplying BOTH sides by 2 in that equation:

(1+2) = x

2(1+2) = 2(x)

not

(2(1+2)) = (2(x))

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Last Edited by IWASTHERE on 01/19/2013 09:01 PM
Anonymous Coward
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01/19/2013 07:33 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
What is what these retards who don't understand
the simple rules of mathematics?
I hope this thread dies quicker than the last one.
DUCM900 (OP)

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01/19/2013 07:36 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
What is what these retards who don't understand
the simple rules of mathematics?
I hope this thread dies quicker than the last one.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32607999

Whats wrong with you? do you know some mathematics?

If yes, fix what is wrong Otherwise you are just a trolling moran.

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DUCM900 (OP)

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01/19/2013 10:43 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
Anonymous Coward
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01/19/2013 10:59 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
STOP IT!!! JUST STOP IT!!!

Anonymous Coward
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01/19/2013 11:00 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
It's 42; look it up.
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01/20/2013 06:35 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
you wrote the equation wrong, there is no answer. you cant have parenthesis over parenthesis. you would use for example: 6[2(2+3)+2]
Anonymous Coward
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01/20/2013 06:45 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x

NOW, can I convert it to this one below?

6/2((1)¹+(2)¹) = x
Quoting: DUCM900

No, you can't. You missed the parantheses.

6/(2((1)¹+(2)¹)) = x
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32571824

Are you sure?

1n is the equivalent of: 1(n)

and if you multiply by 2 you get just:

2(n)

not:

((2)(n))

Thats an example multiplying BOTH sides by 2 in that equation:

(1+2) = x

2(1+2) = 2(x)

not

(2(1+2)) = (2(x))

.
Quoting: DUCM900

do you think the rule "do what is inside the parentheses first" really means "do what is inside the parentheses AND ALSO DO SOME STUFF OUTSIDE THE PARENTHESES first"?

If you have 6/2*(1+2), you do what is in the parentheses first, that is the addition of 1 and 2. The multiplication isn't inside the parentheses, so you don't do it first!

If you absolutely insist on doing the multiplication first, you can, but only if you multiply what is inside the parentheses by 6/2. That means it comes out to:
(6/2 * 1 + 6/2 * 2)

otherwise, you are doing it wrong.
DUCM900 (OP)

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01/20/2013 06:56 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
do you think the rule "do what is inside the parentheses first" really means "do what is inside the parentheses AND ALSO DO SOME STUFF OUTSIDE THE PARENTHESES first"?

Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32614604

Yes, because its 1(n)

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Anonymous Coward
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01/20/2013 06:59 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
x=1
Anonymous Coward
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01/20/2013 07:02 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x

NOW, can I convert it to this one below?

6/2((1)¹+(2)¹) = x
Quoting: DUCM900

No, you can't. You missed the parantheses.

6/(2((1)¹+(2)¹)) = x
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32571824

Are you sure?

1n is the equivalent of: 1(n)

and if you multiply by 2 you get just:

2(n)

not:

((2)(n))

Thats an example multiplying BOTH sides by 2 in that equation:

(1+2) = x

2(1+2) = 2(x)

not

(2(1+2)) = (2(x))

.
Quoting: DUCM900

Yes, I am.

No wonder Italy is bancrupt.
Anonymous Coward
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01/20/2013 07:03 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
do you think the rule "do what is inside the parentheses first" really means "do what is inside the parentheses AND ALSO DO SOME STUFF OUTSIDE THE PARENTHESES first"?

Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32614604

Yes, because its 1(n)

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Quoting: DUCM900

are you absolutely sure that there is a rule which says "do what is inside the parentheses first and also do some stuff outside the parentheses"?

the basic form of the expression is:

a/b*c

why would you want to do the b*c first???
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01/20/2013 07:03 PM

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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
Now, don't forget to give me as well...

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Quoting: DUCM900

Quoting: Dr. Acula

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01/23/2013 04:11 PM
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Re: How To Solve That Equation? 6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
6/((2)¹+(2)²) = x
6/(2 + 4) = x
6/6 = x
x=1
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01/23/2013 04:18 PM
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