# 90% fail to answer this question.

• 6÷2(1+2) = ?

• @katie_15 we follow PEMDAS :)
(solve whats in the parenthesis, then exponents, multiply, divide, add, subtract)

• @ragnar-lothbrok I think it's 9. According to order of operations, do the equation in parenthesis first. In that case the equation in parenthesis is 1+2=3. Then do the equation in exponents (there are no exponents so you can skip that). Then do the equation in multiplication (there is no multiplication, so you can skip that as well). Then do the equation with division, which is 6/2=3. Then you have to do addition and subtraction which we can skip because we don't have any addition or subtraction equations. Then, from there it's pretty simple because you just have to multiply 3*3=9.

• @ragnar-lothbrok they're actually both possible, i looked it up. 1 is the answer using the old sequence, while 9 uses the modern one. So they're both possible answers.

• @mario-fan (brackets) in mathematics means multiplication.

• @katie_15 exactly

• @ragnar-lothbrok guess im old school lmao

• @mario-fan it's 3×3 not 3+3

• @mario-fan any empty space between 2 values means "multiplied by"

• @nastasio 1 and 9 are both possible. 9 is the solution with the modern method, 1 is the solution with the older one

• @sologeek so my initial thought was right i guess :p

• @ragnar-lothbrok 9 i guess, according to bodmas

• Naah naah na bruh never math I don't like..😂

• its 1. like @one

• @lucifer_ haha bro right 👍🏻

1. I think that 99% get the answer right. And i think that yoy used 90% instead of another percentage as a hint that the answer is 9

• @jamjam yeah i tried that too it gave me both answers, but i used calculator and it gave me 9. I guess it uses modern way

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