 48/2(9+3) = ???  


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Wilbourn WolfPack
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 Subject: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Wed Oct 19, 2011 11:27 pm  
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Scott Warlord
Posts : 11279 Join date : 20110126 Age : 29 Location : Burkman's attic... drilling...
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Wed Oct 19, 2011 11:38 pm  
 Fist you distribute...
48/2(9+3) > 48/(18+6) > 48/24 = 2
or think of it this way
(2(9+3)) is all under 48
so
48/2(12) = 48/24 = 2
By rules of Math etiquette you need to consider everything under the / as one. Tho I know Math teachers probably don't care that much to put forth such strict discipline. Therefor if you're not in complex math 2 or 288 will work (mostly because at that level it doesn't matter for anything important), _________________ You thinkin' what I'm thinkin' partner? Aim for the bushes... *brofist* 

 
Mistress Morrigan OT Crime Lord
Posts : 1585 Join date : 20110815 Age : 39
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 7:03 am  
  Scott wrote:
 Fist you distribute...
48/2(9+3) > 48/(18+6) > 48/24 = 2
or think of it this way
(2(9+3)) is all under 48
so
48/2(12) = 48/24 = 2
By rules of Math etiquette you need to consider everything under the / as one. Tho I know Math teachers probably don't care that much to put forth such strict discipline. Therefor if you're not in complex math 2 or 288 will work (mostly because at that level it doesn't matter for anything important),
Wow. I so suck at math. I assumed that 48/2 is 48 divided by two. Then the answer to that is 12, then you add the 9 + 3= 12 and multiply the 24 and the 12 equaling the 288..... isn't that how you do it? that's what I remember from school.... but to be fair I was spending all my time passing notes to the cute boy next to me _________________ 

 
GSG Aqua Panther
Posts : 1528 Join date : 20110524 Age : 25 Location : Australia
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 8:14 am  
  Mistress Morrigan wrote:
 Scott wrote:
 Fist you distribute...
48/2(9+3) > 48/(18+6) > 48/24 = 2
or think of it this way
(2(9+3)) is all under 48
so
48/2(12) = 48/24 = 2
By rules of Math etiquette you need to consider everything under the / as one. Tho I know Math teachers probably don't care that much to put forth such strict discipline. Therefor if you're not in complex math 2 or 288 will work (mostly because at that level it doesn't matter for anything important),
Wow. I so suck at math. I assumed that 48/2 is 48 divided by two. Then the answer to that is 12, then you add the 9 + 3= 12 and multiply the 24 and the 12 equaling the 288..... isn't that how you do it? that's what I remember from school.... but to be fair I was spending all my time passing notes to the cute boy next to me
The great division with this question is how people were taught. I always do the brackets first because that's how I was taught. So it would be the way Scott did it. 

 
Scott Warlord
Posts : 11279 Join date : 20110126 Age : 29 Location : Burkman's attic... drilling...
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 8:29 am  
  Mistress Morrigan wrote:
 Scott wrote:
 Fist you distribute...
48/2(9+3) > 48/(18+6) > 48/24 = 2
or think of it this way
(2(9+3)) is all under 48
so
48/2(12) = 48/24 = 2
By rules of Math etiquette you need to consider everything under the / as one. Tho I know Math teachers probably don't care that much to put forth such strict discipline. Therefor if you're not in complex math 2 or 288 will work (mostly because at that level it doesn't matter for anything important),
Wow. I so suck at math. I assumed that 48/2 is 48 divided by two. Then the answer to that is 12, then you add the 9 + 3= 12 and multiply the 24 and the 12 equaling the 288..... isn't that how you do it? that's what I remember from school.... but to be fair I was spending all my time passing notes to the cute boy next to me
Several years of calculus based Math have taught me to do as the professor tells you to do. Yes... I laughed at the term math etiquette too when my professors brought it up. But surprisingly when you're working with complex equations you actually have to consider the order in which you execute functions... and it's maddeningly tedious on most problems. _________________ You thinkin' what I'm thinkin' partner? Aim for the bushes... *brofist* 

 
CollaWars Arcane Warrior
Posts : 3071 Join date : 20110131 Age : 21 Location : Delocated
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:15 am  
 

 
Astraeos Needs To Go Outside
Posts : 741 Join date : 20110130
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:20 am  
 You could just realize that everything after the / is on the bottom.
So that makes the top number twice as large as the bottom
I feel sorry for that bottom number, probably not going to make it was something that big on top. 

 
Mistress Morrigan OT Crime Lord
Posts : 1585 Join date : 20110815 Age : 39
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:21 am  
  Scott wrote:
 Mistress Morrigan wrote:
 Scott wrote:
 Fist you distribute...
48/2(9+3) > 48/(18+6) > 48/24 = 2
or think of it this way
(2(9+3)) is all under 48
so
48/2(12) = 48/24 = 2
By rules of Math etiquette you need to consider everything under the / as one. Tho I know Math teachers probably don't care that much to put forth such strict discipline. Therefor if you're not in complex math 2 or 288 will work (mostly because at that level it doesn't matter for anything important),
Wow. I so suck at math. I assumed that 48/2 is 48 divided by two. Then the answer to that is 12, then you add the 9 + 3= 12 and multiply the 24 and the 12 equaling the 288..... isn't that how you do it? that's what I remember from school.... but to be fair I was spending all my time passing notes to the cute boy next to me
Several years of calculus based Math have taught me to do as the professor tells you to do. Yes... I laughed at the term math etiquette too when my professors brought it up. But surprisingly when you're working with complex equations you actually have to consider the order in which you execute functions... and it's maddeningly tedious on most problems.
I am very impressed. _________________ 

 
Mistress Morrigan OT Crime Lord
Posts : 1585 Join date : 20110815 Age : 39
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:23 am  
  Astraeos wrote:
 You could just realize that everything after the / is on the bottom.
So that makes the top number twice as large as the bottom
I feel sorry for that bottom number, probably not going to make it was something that big on top.
This no longer sounds like math to me. _________________ 

 
Wilbourn WolfPack
Posts : 4065 Join date : 20110202 Age : 1000 Location : le tit
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:28 am  
 A pure division symbol may have made this a little different. But yes I also say 2. My way of doing is wasn't as smart as Scoots<3. PEMDAS tells to do parenthesis first on this, making it 48/2 (12) Then multiplication is next in order of operations, making it 48/24 Just divide and get 2. But I do see how some people who learned order of operation by BODMAS or BEDMAS can get 288. I never learned it that way though. _________________ Murder: Noun  The unlawful killing of one human by another, especially with premeditated malice.
The Dark One returns. 9/11 was an inside job.


 
Astraeos Needs To Go Outside
Posts : 741 Join date : 20110130
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:32 am  
  PimpIngram wrote:
 A pure division symbol may have made this a little different.
But yes I also say 2. My way of doing is wasn't as smart as Scoots<3.
PEMDAS tells to do parenthesis first on this, making it 48/2 (12)
Then multiplication is next in order of operations, making it 48/24
Just divide and get 2.
But I do see how some people who learned order of operation by BODMAS or BEDMAS can get 288. I never learned it that way though.
Yes it can be tricky, but only because of the way it is written. The same equation: 48  2(9+3) is relatively easy, assuming you graduated elementary school. 

 
GSG Aqua Panther
Posts : 1528 Join date : 20110524 Age : 25 Location : Australia
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:43 am  
 I've done some searching and apparently both the answers are correct. 

 
Scott Warlord
Posts : 11279 Join date : 20110126 Age : 29 Location : Burkman's attic... drilling...
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:50 am  
 You plus me... subtract the clothes... divide your legs... and then we'll multiply. Mathrite? _________________ You thinkin' what I'm thinkin' partner? Aim for the bushes... *brofist* 

 
Mistress Morrigan OT Crime Lord
Posts : 1585 Join date : 20110815 Age : 39
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:51 am  
  Scott wrote:
 You plus me... subtract the clothes... divide your legs... and then we'll multiply. Mathrite?
I am sure Mrs Scott enjoys that sort of math. The End. _________________ 

 
Astraeos Needs To Go Outside
Posts : 741 Join date : 20110130
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:52 am  
  Scott wrote:
 You plus me... subtract the clothes... divide your legs... and then we'll multiply. Mathrite?
As long as the final equation always remains one plus one does not equal one plus two.
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Scott Warlord
Posts : 11279 Join date : 20110126 Age : 29 Location : Burkman's attic... drilling...
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:53 am  
  Mistress Morrigan wrote:
 Scott wrote:
 You plus me... subtract the clothes... divide your legs... and then we'll multiply. Mathrite?
I am sure Mrs Scott enjoys that sort of math.
The End.
If I ever said that to her there would be no multiplication... only masses of giggling at my nerd pride. _________________ You thinkin' what I'm thinkin' partner? Aim for the bushes... *brofist* 

 
GSG Aqua Panther
Posts : 1528 Join date : 20110524 Age : 25 Location : Australia
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:54 am  
  Mistress Morrigan wrote:
 Scott wrote:
 You plus me... subtract the clothes... divide your legs... and then we'll multiply. Mathrite?
I am sure Mrs Scott enjoys that sort of math.
The End.
You know my mums last name is Scott. So she is Mrs Scott. _________________ I've had a cunt of a day. Everything that could go, did go wrong. So if I'm allowed to use a word in a song..........I've had a cunt of day


 
Scott Warlord
Posts : 11279 Join date : 20110126 Age : 29 Location : Burkman's attic... drilling...
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:56 am  
  GiantSpiderGoat wrote:
 Mistress Morrigan wrote:
 Scott wrote:
 You plus me... subtract the clothes... divide your legs... and then we'll multiply. Mathrite?
I am sure Mrs Scott enjoys that sort of math.
The End.
You know my mums last name is Scott. So she is Mrs Scott.
Hai son... _________________ You thinkin' what I'm thinkin' partner? Aim for the bushes... *brofist* 

 
GSG Aqua Panther
Posts : 1528 Join date : 20110524 Age : 25 Location : Australia
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:56 am  
  Scott wrote:
 GiantSpiderGoat wrote:
 Mistress Morrigan wrote:
I am sure Mrs Scott enjoys that sort of math.
The End.
You know my mums last name is Scott. So she is Mrs Scott.
Hai son...
hai 

 
Grimeth Sad Panda
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 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 11:13 am  
 Oh god... Math 

 
Matieu Slayer of Branch
Posts : 2568 Join date : 20110129 Age : 27 Location : I'm a Bachelor now, I'm everywhere.
 Subject: Re: 48/2(9+3) = ??? Thu Oct 20, 2011 4:10 pm  
 Scott is correct, he used the same reasoning I used on dem idiots back in the TOR OT... in this same thread. _________________ The Ability to Speak does not make you Intelligent. 

 
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