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answer: 1 answer: 9
Debate Score:9
Arguments:9
Total Votes:11
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6÷2(1+2) =?

answer: 1

Side Score: 3
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answer: 9

Side Score: 6
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Hello T:

[I dunno].. But, I'd guess it's (33)..............

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Side: answer: 1
1 point

The answer is Purple.

Side: answer: 1
1 point

So the question is 6/2(1+3). We start off with the parenthesis (PEMDAS) and get 6/2(3). There is no exponent, and then we multiply. 2(3) and get 6. then finally we have 6/6 which makes 1.

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If it were 1, it would have to be 6/(2(1+2)), those extra brackets make the difference there.

With 6/2(1+2), you get 6/2 X (3). The 2 is outside of the brackets, so from left to right; 3 X 3 =9.

Side: answer: 9
1 point

BODMAS.. Brackets, power Of, Divide, Multiple, Addition, Subtraction.

Side: answer: 9

It's been years, but if I remember how to do algebra then it's nine.

Side: answer: 9
1 point

It's 9. But alas, I don't know how to do the "new math" which arrives at the answer 9 through 23 easy stream of consciousness math steps.

Side: answer: 9
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Purple, because aliens don't wear hats. Nah, it's actually 9. If I can still do algebra.

Side: answer: 9

When you use BEDMAS (Brackets, Exponents, Division, Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction) the answer is 9.

6÷2(1+2)= 6÷2 x (1+2)

6÷2 x (3)=

3 X(3)=

= 9

Side: answer: 9