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6^2÷2(3)+4
36÷2(3)+4
36÷6+4
36÷10
36/10
3.6
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its 10
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Lol fag

6^2÷2(3)+4
6^1(3)+4
6^3+4
6^7
279936

lrn2math
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>>684311438
gg bro.
i need to lrn how to do superscripts
meh
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It's 58 you fucking retards
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>>684311343

Don't be fucking retarded
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&#178
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>>684311182
10
know PEMDAS faggots.
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>>684311182
There's a reason we don't write equations like this beyond the second grade, you fucking autist.
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6^2(3)+4
36/6+4
6+4
10
How can you not get it?
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"[1] 6/3(3+1)
[2] 6÷3(3+1)

Now your intuition because you see '÷' you say "DIVISION, let's do it!". Take a step back and notice these are two statement with two operators. Now today in convention we just say they are the same thing to ease issues, but it evades the purpose of the ÷ sign. Here is why upon discussing with a couple peers in education why they continue to use this ONLY at the elementary level.

It is about enforcing the concepts of division, not carrying out actual division. When you write it with the obelus, it is to separate the numerator and denominator, then carry out the operator. Meaning the left, and right terms are clustered together in two arguments. So this operates less like '/' and more like a clear division. It is strict division it seems."

http://pagewizard.blogspot.com/2012/08/considering-obelus-sign.html
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>>684312079
>PEMDAS is the final say

Learn to math, faggot.
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420
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>>684311343
>>684312079
>>684312151
Correct answer. Everybody else can kill themselves.
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>>684311182
58
Learn to math
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>>684311182
It's a god damn superposition of shitposting.

It's simultaneously:
(6^2/2)*3 + 4
(6^2)/(2*3)+4
6^2/(2*3+4)
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>>684312618
i swear i must be entangled with maxwell's demon or something
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>>684312079

Parens
Exponents
Multiply
Divide
Subtract

Hrmm... looks like multiply comes before divide. So technically speaking you could read PEMDAS and still come up with 3.6.

REALLY what's wrong here is that the operations are ambiguous due to known cultural issues with the interpretation of order of operations. And the CORRECT way to deal with it is to not write it ambiguously.

In all my math studies from Algebra on, we never used the division sign because of the confusion. And instead wrote them as multiplication of reciprocals, which usually reduced to fractions.

Last time I actually seen the division symbol outside of places like this was middle school.
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10.
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>>684312079
PEDMAS rules in 3rd grade. Common sense and mathematical conventional rule the adult world.
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>>684313015
That's not what it means. If you have multiply and divide, you go from left to right.
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>>684313015
>Last time I actually seen the division symbol outside of places like this was middle school.
It's the obelus mang.
Originally used for division in Teutsche Algebra by Rahn in 1628 er somethin'.
Pic Attached.
;]
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3(2) means nothing, it's the same as 3x2. So no, 3(2) does not take priority over 36/3. Therefore it's 58. I bet you're all fucking ameritards
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>>684313120
d00d
>Common sense
means nothing in math.
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>>684311182
op you're retarded. Division comes before addition.
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Are people getting 10 trolling or just retarded? 36/2 goes first because division and multiplication have the same order of priority so left goes first.
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Fractions were invented that we dont have to deal with unclear math.
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>>684313015
Multiplication/Divsion and Addition/subtraction are on the same level. So what you wrote should look like:

P
E
MD
AS

and since M/d and A/S are on the same level, you go left to right. Correct answer is 58.
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>>684313409
obelus vs solidus.
implied multiplication by juxtaposition is a red herring
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>>684311343
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>>684311182
WTF!
6*6 = 36
36/2 = 18
18*3 = 54
54+4 = 58

Y'all are retarded.
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when you first learn pemdas you should be taught that multiply/divide is always what happens first in the equation left to right. same with add and subtract, so the answer is 58
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>>684313744
True, but 3(2) includes parentheses, so you multiply that first.
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>>684314073
not true. 3(2) takes no priority. the bracket is already solved for, and is equivalent to 3*2.
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>>684314073
no, that's just there to show it is being multiplied. there is a difference between (3*2) and 3(2)
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>>684314073
No. If inside the parenthesis was another operation like (3+2) yes the parenthesis would go first. But 2(3) is just 2*3.
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>>684314272
in this case there is not
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Why does the 3 have perentaces around it. Is 3 a retarded number and cant handle a multipication sign.
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>>684314423
the functions of the solidus and obelus are not the same
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>>684314423
Also here is OP equation
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58
https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=6%5E2%C3%B72(3)%2B4
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>>684314423
>using a simple google math program to support you claim

look how the program interpretents it as (6/2)*(1+2). It could also be interpretended as 6/(2(1+2). The original 6/2(1+2) is ambigious
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6^2÷2(3)+4
36÷2(3)+4
36÷6+4
6+4
=10
Get schooled faggot
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6^2/2(3)+4
You do the exponents first, since 2(3) is really 2 x 3 its not a paranthese operation
36/2(3)+4 now mulitply/divide from left to right, whichever comes first
18(3)+4
54+4
58
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it's 58 morons, pemdas and you do multiplication/division from left to right first
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>>684314806
You do mulitplication/division left and right you faggot, neither are first.
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6^2/2(3)+4
6^2/6+4
6+4
10
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>>684314628
No its not. After the 1+2 inside the parenthesis the 6/2 goes first because it's on the left. Please tell me you're trolling.
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>>684315216
Why didnt you do exponents first?
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>>684311182
Since most you faggots can't understand you've been bamboozled, fucking watch.
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>>684311182
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>>684315442
Parentheses, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction.
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6^2÷2(3)+4
36*2÷(3)+4
72÷(3)+4
24+4
28
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>>684315620
2(3) is not a parentheses operation, is a multiplication operation 2(3) = 2 x 3
Watch the video
>>684315467
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36/2*3+4
18*3+4
54+4
58
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6^2/2(3)+4
first you square 6
36/2(3)+4
work from the left to the right when multiplying/dividing
18(3)+4
then do 18x3 since you multiply before you add
54+4
58
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I always love how you highschool dropouts get all smug and scream 'PEMDAS!' as if that's the crowning achievement of mathematics.
That fact that you have to memorize a 3rd grade mnemonic in order to solve this basic problem is proof enough that you people know jack shit about math.
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>>684315349
I also thought it's 58, but this source disagrees https://math.berkeley.edu/~gbergman/misc/numbers/ord_ops.html
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>>684316309
>>684314600
>>684314595
>>684314894
>>684313957
>>684313801
>>684312515
>>684311881
Correct
All others are either troll post or the education system failed them
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>>684315776
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If one more person posts 10 claiming it's correct I'm gonna fucking slap the shit out of them.
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https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=6%5E2%C3%B72(3)%2B4

everyone can go home now
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>>684316424
>https://math.berkeley.edu/~gbergman/misc/numbers/ord_ops.html
its not a question of multiplication by juxtaposition- but one of the obelus having a different inherent meaning, in how the statement is parsed, than the solidus
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>>684316856
Thanks!
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>>684316718
10 its 100% correct
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>>684316346
tbh, i don't think the reasons behind why PEMDAS is the necessary order of operations is ever really taught. It is, however, given to us in an easily digestible way at an early enough age that it remains useful for years later. The only way you could go beyond using the mnemonic device would be to have a deeper understanding of math and its laws. But like I said, that stuff doesn't really get explained.
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>>684317128
can you give an example where the use of PEMDAS is flawed? just wondering
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>>684317128
Yes, absolutely.
That's why it should be taught.
You don't have to teach advanced Analysis, but some basic understanding of why the different operations work as they do and why working differently would cause problems.
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>>684317036
Uh huh, uh huh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
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>>684317420
It's not flawed in what it's supposed to be: an easy reminder about the order of opreations.
But barely anyone knows WHY there is even an order of operations and WHY it has to be as it is.
It would be sometimes better to teach that rather than a simple acronym.
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58
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>>684317420
I don't even know if it counts, but starting by saying "parentheses" and then changing it to "grouping symbols" later on because parentheses no longer covers it, but by that point you better damn have that shiz memorized and second nature.
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>>684317996
oh I thought PEMDAS also included the "why".
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>>684313015
>A second way to show division is to use >the obelus (or division sign), common in >arithmetic, in this manner:

>a \div b
>This form is infrequent except in >elementary arithmetic. ISO 80000-2-9.6 >states it should not be used.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Division_(mathematics)

Yeah, this is why these stupid troll threads always use this one sign in a way that's ambiguous just to provoke these arguments.
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>>684318461
I didn't go to school in the US and PEMDAS isn't taught here, but whenever someone pulls out PEMDAS, it's quite obvious that they just remember the acronym, not the math behind it.
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People don't understand maths shorthand

2(3), or 2A for that matter isn't shorthand for

2 x 3 or 2 x A it's short for

(2 x 3) and (2 x A)

The brackets mean there is no ambiguity, that multiplication happens first.
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>>684311182
62/2*3+4
31*7
pi

qed
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>>684311182
Due the the space after the divide symbol, it should be.

36/6+4
So it's 10.
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>>684311343
related
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>>684318964
1
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did all of you fail basic math
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>>684318964
well u multiply 3 by the reciprocal so you get 9-9+1 which is 1
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>>684313801
this
If you think multiplication and division have different priority you are a fucking moron
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I don't understand how anyone is getting anything BUT 58.

PEMDAS is PE(MD)(AS), guys. Multiplication and Division occur first based on whatever is farther left, same with Addition and Subtraction. I feel like PEMDAS really fucked some people over, because they immediately assume MD and AS are the proper order because P and then E is. Think of PEMDAS as P E MD AS from now on.
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>>684319278
this is the most autistic thing I've seen in a while

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>>684319278
ty man
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>>684318964
1
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>>684319278
you're writing this 36:(2(3))+4. careful, your underage middleschooler is showing
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>>684319278
why did you do the multiplication before the division when the division was left of the multiplication?
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>>684318964
The question becomes- how is the obelus parsed?
9-3÷(1/3)+1=?
is it
[9-3]÷[(1/3)+1]
or
9-[3÷(1/3)]+1
Modern notation SHOULD do away with this ambiguity, so why not look historically at the obelus's original use?
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>>684311987
>"Don't be fucking retarded"
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>>684311182
6^2/2(3)+4
36/2(3)+4
18(3)+4
54+4
58

It's left to right you fucking retards
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>>684319876
solving parentheses are done before anything else.
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>>684311182
10
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>>684312079
You do what's INSIDE parentheses first, otherwise it's just multiplication you fucking Neanderthal
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>>684311182
pemdas
(36/6)+4
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What is the function 2(x)?
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Here's what it actually is. All these schill newfags and math minors.

6x6=36/2=23x3=69+4=74
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>>684322514
36 divided by 2 is not 23.
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>>684322805
You're a fuckin idiot
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https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=6%5E2+%2F+2(3)+%2B4
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>>684313015
Even if you multiply before dividing, it is still 10
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>>684322514
>32/2 = 23