# 48/2(9+3)

Let’s see if we can settle on an answer without too many people calling each other stupid.

Dont bring that shit storm here

2

PEMDAS.

# 24(12)

288

Brackets
Indicies
Divide
Multiply
Subtract

If you rewrite it as

## 48

2(9+3)

If you wanted to multiply the quotient of 48 and 2 by the sum of 9 and 3, you’d have to write it as

(48/2)(9+3)

Multiply>divide

Why?

Cause you can lift more with multiply.

2

PEMDAS, bitches.

Also, you’re stupid.

wtf is up with the failmath in here?

# 24(12)

288

[/quote]
Correct. Multiplication and division are on the same level of the order of operations.

[quote]overstand wrote:
If you rewrite it as
[/quote]

If you rewrite it as 288, you’d already be done and you’d be correct.
If you rewrite it as

## 48

2(9+3)
thats fine, but you’re doing a different math problem.

288…

For Multiply/Divide in PEMDAS, I thought you go left to write… not multiply first, then divide.

Some folks around here need to go back to 3rd grade math class.

48/2*(9+3)=
48/212=
24
12=
288

Order of Operations:
Parenthesis
Exponents
Multiply or Divide. Reading left to right. Left > Right

lol @ 2

[quote]SailorJerry wrote:
Dont bring that shit storm here[/quote]

Yeah. It can only start a shit storm. It comes down to some people thinking multiplication comes before division in PEMDAS. But multiplication and division are of equal priority so you would read it left to right to solve.

I’m old. does 2/3 =

## 2

3

or 2Ã·3?

Don’t bring that shitstorm here. I have never seen a flaming thread get so ugly

Anyway it’s ambiguously written so either is possible. better notation is needed

All how you write/say it?:

48
----- = 2 : forty-eight OVER two times nine plus three
2(9+3)

48/2(9+3)= 288 :forty-eight over two TIMES nine plus three

Damn random T-Nation forum making me feel all stooewpid

I feel like this question is designed to get people arguing and pissed off at each other. Seen it send the forums on a couple websites into pages and pages of flaming.

And the answer is write your fucking equation in a form that isn’t ambiguous at all.

Should be written as (48/2)(9+3) or 48/(2(9+3))