# 6+9/3-2 equals?

Question:where do u put parenthesis to make it come 2 1?

i know alota ppl r ganna say stop makin us do ur hw but its accually my friends n i kinda dont get it so u dont even have 2 answer but a explanation woul db nice

change it 2 6-(9/3+2)
first you have to know the order of operations
1. Parenthesis
2. Exponents
3. Multiply and divide from left to right
4. Add and subtract from left to right

6+9/3-2=?

there are no parenthesis, so skip step 1

there are no exponents, so skip step 2

now there is division, so do that now--- 9/3=3
that gives you:
"6+3-2=?" as your problem

now just add 6 and 3, and the subtract 2, which gives you 7

so you answer is:
6+9/3-2=7
7

Multiply, divide, add, subtract.

9 divide 3 =3, equation is now 6+3-2
6+3=9, 9-2=7

If the problem was (6+9)/(3-2) the answer would be 15/1 or 15.
sweetheart your question doesnt make sense?
do u mean:
6+9 --->15
------ = ------ = 15!!
3-2 ----> 1

------------------------------... or do u mean:
6 + 9 - 2 =
--> ---
---> 3
[first add 6 + 9/3. "apply the rule of adding fractions"! u need to make the denominators the same by multiplying the "3" by 6/1 , which gives u [18/3 + 9/3]-2= 27/3-2= 11-2= 9!!. or u can also divide 3 into 6 by cross cancelling which gives u 2 + 9 - 2= 9! same thing

and trust me im right!

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