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April 09, 2011 @ 08:31:02
2 you herbs. add the parenthesis(9+3=12). multiplication before division(2*12=24). then divide(48/24=2)
April 09, 2011 @ 08:51:37
its 288

pemdas is just a tool to help you remember but multiplication and division are interchangeable and same with addition and subtraction because you go from left to right

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April 09, 2011 @ 09:03:23
i got 2 but im a history major so...
April 09, 2011 @ 09:05:34
how are you fruits getting 288? the 2 outside the parentheses is the second step. whatever touches the parentheses gets taken care of after whatever is inside of the parentheses.


no you're completely wrong

you only do the math inside the parentheses first and then you do the rest

number outside a parenthesis is equal to a multiplication and the order goes left to right
April 09, 2011 @ 09:20:38
got 2 at first but then calculator said 288

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April 09, 2011 @ 10:52:51
order of operations and pemdas are the same thing...

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April 09, 2011 @ 10:56:46
2 you herbs. add the parenthesis(9+3=12). multiplication before division(2*12=24). then divide(48/24=2)


This.
April 09, 2011 @ 10:58:16
best meme in a long time
how are people passing school with 288 |0

48 / 2 (9 + 3) - x = 0
48 / 2 (12) - x = 0
48 / 24 - x = 0
2 - x = 0
2 = x
x = 2

proof
x = 2
48 / 2 (9 + 3) - 2 = 0
48 / 2 (12) - 2 = 0
48 / 24 - 2 = 0
2 - 2 = 0
0 = 0 (win)

x = 288
48 / 2 (9 + 3) - 288 = 0
48 / 2 (12) - 288 = 0
48 / 24 - 288 = 0
2 - 288 = 0
286 = 0 (fail)


you multiplied 2(12) first which is not right, its from left to right
so 48/2 then multiply by 12
abodo smh
April 09, 2011 @ 11:00:25
oh and people saying use the distributive property for 2(9+3), thats basically multiplication which does not come first in pemdas, perantheses are always first, hence (9+3) goes first, while multiplication and division are from left to right, which ever one is first

"Divide and Multiply rank equally (and go left to right).

Add and Subtract rank equally (and go left to right)
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http://www.mathsisfun.com/operation-order-pemdas.html
April 09, 2011 @ 11:02:54
2 you herbs. add the parenthesis(9+3=12). multiplication before division(2*12=24). then divide(48/24=2)

you ♥♥♥♥♥s failed math in elementary? you multiply/divide depending on whatever comes first
April 09, 2011 @ 11:56:43
I completed all my math credits so I really dont give a fuck since I probably wont have to do algebra like this for the resrt of my life

BUT

i got 2
April 09, 2011 @ 11:57:17
you multiplied 2(12) first which is not right, its from left to right
so 48/2 then multiply by 12
abodo smh


i wasn't in honors math for nothing tongueface
April 09, 2011 @ 12:02:39
let me explain to you step by step, day by day

48 / 2 (9 + 3)
48 / 2 (12) simplify
48 / 24 parenthesis
2 division

http://www.mathsisfun.com/operation-order-pemdas.html
this kids website should help

im surprised at the trolls on this site skewing the polls
other sites have it the other way and actually tried it
April 09, 2011 @ 12:05:18
you ♥♥♥♥♥s failed math in elementary? you multiply/divide depending on whatever comes first


you probably failed high school math &)
April 09, 2011 @ 12:06:15
you ♥♥♥♥♥s failed math in elementary? you multiply/divide depending on whatever comes first


♥♥♥♥♥s who got 288 are clearly autistic
April 09, 2011 @ 12:17:03
let me explain to you step by step, day by day

48 / 2 (9 + 3)
48 / 2 (12) simplify
48 / 24 parenthesis
2 division

http://www.mathsisfun.com/operation-order-pemdas.html
this kids website should help

im surprised at the trolls on this site skewing the polls
other sites have it the other way and actually tried it


exactly parenthesis goes first right?
so you got rid of the steps in the parenthesis (9+3)=(12)
multiplication can be symbolized by 2x2 or 2(2)
so since we're at the MD part of PEMDAS, iit goes from left to right
so 48/2=24
24(12)=288

I didn't take AP calculus for no reason smh
April 09, 2011 @ 12:23:54
exactly parenthesis goes first right?
so you got rid of the steps in the parenthesis (9+3)=(12)
multiplication can be symbolized by 2x2 or 2(2)
so since we're at the MD part of PEMDAS, iit goes from left to right
so 48/2=24
24(12)=288

I didn't take AP calculus for no reason smh


ya well looks like you failed that shit bro bro

edit: think of 2(9+3) which is 2(12), as a term like 2x
April 09, 2011 @ 12:27:46
"I get 288. In the acronym PEMDAS, the M and D operations are at the same priority and the A and S are at the same priority. Arithmetic operations at the same priority are evaluated left to right. So for example, 2 + 5 - 3 is the same as (2 + 5) - 3 = 7 - 3 = 4, while 2 - 5 + 3 is the same as (2 - 5) + 3 = -3 + 3 = 0.

I can't say that I remember my algebra teacher in ninth grade going into quite such detail (in fact, all I remember her telling us was the acronym MDAS, with a mnemonic device of My Dear Aunt Sally), but programming languages such as C, C++, C#, Fortran, Pascal, and others are very specific about operator precedence.

For this reason, 48
April 09, 2011 @ 12:30:33
this is why you aren't supposed to use the "
April 09, 2011 @ 13:05:38
lol
April 09, 2011 @ 13:21:54
Why are people ignoring that you go from left to right as well as PEMDAS ? its been said like 5 times already

multiplication and division have the same priority SO you have to go from LEFT TO RIGHT which = 288
April 09, 2011 @ 13:22:19
"I get 288. In the acronym PEMDAS, the M and D operations are at the same priority and the A and S are at the same priority. Arithmetic operations at the same priority are evaluated left to right. So for example, 2 + 5 - 3 is the same as (2 + 5) - 3 = 7 - 3 = 4, while 2 - 5 + 3 is the same as (2 - 5) + 3 = -3 + 3 = 0.

I can't say that I remember my algebra teacher in ninth grade going into quite such detail (in fact, all I remember her telling us was the acronym MDAS, with a mnemonic device of My Dear Aunt Sally), but programming languages such as C, C++, C#, Fortran, Pascal, and others are very specific about operator precedence.

For this reason, 48
April 09, 2011 @ 13:30:36
April 09, 2011 @ 13:41:22
April 09, 2011 @ 13:47:30
^that would be true if it was 48
April 09, 2011 @ 13:50:20
i swear half u fucktards are trolling with 288...u kids cant be this dumb
April 09, 2011 @ 14:15:33
are all you ♥♥♥♥♥s in middle school????
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