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#442 - That's just so. . . pointless. It's right, but pointless. And…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/01/2013 on Math time +1
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#445 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
Okay, new question do you know how the equation
4x+3=2x+2x-3 works? If you have anything math related you would like to talk about or teach me go ahead.
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#446 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
Haha we must really be bored. I'm coming up with undefined.

4x+3=2x+2x-3

4x+3=4x-3
-4x -4x

3 ≠ -3

I thought I'd be done with this shit when I finished school.
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#447 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
It doesn't work because its an equation that is asking at what point do these two lines intersect. They don't they have the same slope and start at different points.
#448 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
And I said, I'd never use this stuff. I completely forgot to include talking to a random stranger on the internet 4 years after I've graduated. Seriously haven't done any substantial amount of math since school. The only math I really see now is IP and Binary math. And that's somewhat boring, and it makes me forget what I learned in school.

Been a pleasure talking to ya, I should sleep, its almost 2am and I've got to get some sleep before work. If you seriously wish to continue discussing something it would have to wait until tomorrow (tonight I guess technically, for me anyway).

pic unrelated.
#441 - The only reason you can do it from right to left in the way th… 04/01/2013 on Math time +1
#437 - Sure 6*3 = 18/2 = 9 But is that really right to left?…  [+] (11 new replies) 04/01/2013 on Math time +1
#438 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
If you do it correctly it works out right if you do it incorrectly it works out wrong...
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#441 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
The only reason you can do it from right to left in the way that you have rewritten it is because, you are only multiplying two numbers. The order of operations doesn't matter. In a situation like the OP's, where you are given 3 numbers, you multiply and divide from left to right following the order of operations, whether you like that or not.

Otherwise there are only a few situations where you can work from right to left, but it is the exception and not the rule. For example. 2/2(2) is 2 no matter how you do it.

6/2(3) is either 9 or 1. 9 is correct because you must work from left to right. And if you disagree with that outcome, ask a calculator, you are beyond help.
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#439 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
If you were to start with putting the 3 and the 2 together you will notice that the 3 is 3/1 and the 2 is 1/2 so 3/2 = 1.5
1.5*6
9
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#443 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
Yes you can rewrite the problem multiple way to make it work, and always get the same answer, it's the nature of math. But you are taking the numbers as if you were reading from right to left, and then rewriting it to make it work, but the math that follows after you rewrite it, occurs left to right, even if you are isolating it two numbers where the order of operations doesn't matter.
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#444 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
isolating the two numbers*
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#442 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
That's just so. . . pointless. It's right, but pointless. And you are still sort of going left to right. You doing the 2 and 3 still, but you are using dividing rather than doing the multiplication that is actually between them. There is no way to do it truly reading it from right to left. The only thing you can do is 2(3) if you are going from right to left and not changing anything. You aren't entirely wrong, but maybe you are misunderstanding me when I say right to left. No changes to make it "work" just looking at it and doing the math between the numbers from right to left as if you were reading backwards.
User avatar
#445 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
Okay, new question do you know how the equation
4x+3=2x+2x-3 works? If you have anything math related you would like to talk about or teach me go ahead.
User avatar
#446 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
Haha we must really be bored. I'm coming up with undefined.

4x+3=2x+2x-3

4x+3=4x-3
-4x -4x

3 ≠ -3

I thought I'd be done with this shit when I finished school.
User avatar
#447 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
It doesn't work because its an equation that is asking at what point do these two lines intersect. They don't they have the same slope and start at different points.
#448 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
And I said, I'd never use this stuff. I completely forgot to include talking to a random stranger on the internet 4 years after I've graduated. Seriously haven't done any substantial amount of math since school. The only math I really see now is IP and Binary math. And that's somewhat boring, and it makes me forget what I learned in school.

Been a pleasure talking to ya, I should sleep, its almost 2am and I've got to get some sleep before work. If you seriously wish to continue discussing something it would have to wait until tomorrow (tonight I guess technically, for me anyway).

pic unrelated.
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#440 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
I like having these real talk discussions. I have more topics if you wish to learn / discuss.
#426 - Tell ya what. Let's run it through a calculator. Google will d…  [+] (13 new replies) 03/30/2013 on Math time +1
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#435 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
Okay, all I'm going to say is that left to right isn't a rule. e.g.
(8/2)(2)
8/2=4
4*2=
8
or
8*2=16
16/2=
8
If you do it correctly it never matters what order you go in while doing multiplication / division.
If you want I can do the equation given in the post and do it right to left to get nine.
#437 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
Sure 6*3 = 18/2 = 9

But is that really right to left? Simply going from right to left would result in you multiplying the 3 by 2 then dividing by 6. Which is completely wrong.

3*2 = 6/6 = 1

You are still working from left to right.
#438 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
If you do it correctly it works out right if you do it incorrectly it works out wrong...
User avatar
#441 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
The only reason you can do it from right to left in the way that you have rewritten it is because, you are only multiplying two numbers. The order of operations doesn't matter. In a situation like the OP's, where you are given 3 numbers, you multiply and divide from left to right following the order of operations, whether you like that or not.

Otherwise there are only a few situations where you can work from right to left, but it is the exception and not the rule. For example. 2/2(2) is 2 no matter how you do it.

6/2(3) is either 9 or 1. 9 is correct because you must work from left to right. And if you disagree with that outcome, ask a calculator, you are beyond help.
User avatar
#439 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
If you were to start with putting the 3 and the 2 together you will notice that the 3 is 3/1 and the 2 is 1/2 so 3/2 = 1.5
1.5*6
9
User avatar
#443 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
Yes you can rewrite the problem multiple way to make it work, and always get the same answer, it's the nature of math. But you are taking the numbers as if you were reading from right to left, and then rewriting it to make it work, but the math that follows after you rewrite it, occurs left to right, even if you are isolating it two numbers where the order of operations doesn't matter.
User avatar
#444 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
isolating the two numbers*
User avatar
#442 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
That's just so. . . pointless. It's right, but pointless. And you are still sort of going left to right. You doing the 2 and 3 still, but you are using dividing rather than doing the multiplication that is actually between them. There is no way to do it truly reading it from right to left. The only thing you can do is 2(3) if you are going from right to left and not changing anything. You aren't entirely wrong, but maybe you are misunderstanding me when I say right to left. No changes to make it "work" just looking at it and doing the math between the numbers from right to left as if you were reading backwards.
User avatar
#445 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
Okay, new question do you know how the equation
4x+3=2x+2x-3 works? If you have anything math related you would like to talk about or teach me go ahead.
User avatar
#446 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
Haha we must really be bored. I'm coming up with undefined.

4x+3=2x+2x-3

4x+3=4x-3
-4x -4x

3 ≠ -3

I thought I'd be done with this shit when I finished school.
User avatar
#447 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
It doesn't work because its an equation that is asking at what point do these two lines intersect. They don't they have the same slope and start at different points.
#448 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
And I said, I'd never use this stuff. I completely forgot to include talking to a random stranger on the internet 4 years after I've graduated. Seriously haven't done any substantial amount of math since school. The only math I really see now is IP and Binary math. And that's somewhat boring, and it makes me forget what I learned in school.

Been a pleasure talking to ya, I should sleep, its almost 2am and I've got to get some sleep before work. If you seriously wish to continue discussing something it would have to wait until tomorrow (tonight I guess technically, for me anyway).

pic unrelated.
User avatar
#440 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
I like having these real talk discussions. I have more topics if you wish to learn / discuss.
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#395 - God dammit, multiply and divide at the same time from left to …  [+] (16 new replies) 03/30/2013 on Math time +2
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#413 - bazingaman (03/30/2013) [-]
You don't have to go from left to right, that isn't a rule they can be done in whatever order, but if you really want to go from left to right the division symbol never had an ending showing that everything after the division symbol is under it. So going from left to right.
(6/2)(1/3)=1
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#426 - honeybiscuit (03/30/2013) [-]
Tell ya what. Let's run it through a calculator. Google will do it for us. And let me know what answer you see here. (Google rewrites the equation here, unlike you the answer remains the same). Go ahead and confirm that for yourself if you are so inclined.

You do have to do multiplication and division as you come across them starting from left to right. It actually IS a rule in the order of operations. Go ahead and Google that too while you're at it.
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#435 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
Okay, all I'm going to say is that left to right isn't a rule. e.g.
(8/2)(2)
8/2=4
4*2=
8
or
8*2=16
16/2=
8
If you do it correctly it never matters what order you go in while doing multiplication / division.
If you want I can do the equation given in the post and do it right to left to get nine.
#437 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
Sure 6*3 = 18/2 = 9

But is that really right to left? Simply going from right to left would result in you multiplying the 3 by 2 then dividing by 6. Which is completely wrong.

3*2 = 6/6 = 1

You are still working from left to right.
#438 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
If you do it correctly it works out right if you do it incorrectly it works out wrong...
User avatar
#441 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
The only reason you can do it from right to left in the way that you have rewritten it is because, you are only multiplying two numbers. The order of operations doesn't matter. In a situation like the OP's, where you are given 3 numbers, you multiply and divide from left to right following the order of operations, whether you like that or not.

Otherwise there are only a few situations where you can work from right to left, but it is the exception and not the rule. For example. 2/2(2) is 2 no matter how you do it.

6/2(3) is either 9 or 1. 9 is correct because you must work from left to right. And if you disagree with that outcome, ask a calculator, you are beyond help.
User avatar
#439 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
If you were to start with putting the 3 and the 2 together you will notice that the 3 is 3/1 and the 2 is 1/2 so 3/2 = 1.5
1.5*6
9
User avatar
#443 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
Yes you can rewrite the problem multiple way to make it work, and always get the same answer, it's the nature of math. But you are taking the numbers as if you were reading from right to left, and then rewriting it to make it work, but the math that follows after you rewrite it, occurs left to right, even if you are isolating it two numbers where the order of operations doesn't matter.
User avatar
#444 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
isolating the two numbers*
User avatar
#442 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
That's just so. . . pointless. It's right, but pointless. And you are still sort of going left to right. You doing the 2 and 3 still, but you are using dividing rather than doing the multiplication that is actually between them. There is no way to do it truly reading it from right to left. The only thing you can do is 2(3) if you are going from right to left and not changing anything. You aren't entirely wrong, but maybe you are misunderstanding me when I say right to left. No changes to make it "work" just looking at it and doing the math between the numbers from right to left as if you were reading backwards.
User avatar
#445 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
Okay, new question do you know how the equation
4x+3=2x+2x-3 works? If you have anything math related you would like to talk about or teach me go ahead.
User avatar
#446 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
Haha we must really be bored. I'm coming up with undefined.

4x+3=2x+2x-3

4x+3=4x-3
-4x -4x

3 ≠ -3

I thought I'd be done with this shit when I finished school.
User avatar
#447 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
It doesn't work because its an equation that is asking at what point do these two lines intersect. They don't they have the same slope and start at different points.
#448 - honeybiscuit (04/01/2013) [-]
And I said, I'd never use this stuff. I completely forgot to include talking to a random stranger on the internet 4 years after I've graduated. Seriously haven't done any substantial amount of math since school. The only math I really see now is IP and Binary math. And that's somewhat boring, and it makes me forget what I learned in school.

Been a pleasure talking to ya, I should sleep, its almost 2am and I've got to get some sleep before work. If you seriously wish to continue discussing something it would have to wait until tomorrow (tonight I guess technically, for me anyway).

pic unrelated.
User avatar
#440 - bazingaman (04/01/2013) [-]
I like having these real talk discussions. I have more topics if you wish to learn / discuss.
#393 - Seriously where the **** are you people from? I'm not joking. … 03/30/2013 on Math time 0
#378 - Not really, division and multiplication happen at the same tim…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/30/2013 on Math time 0
#424 - khalidh (03/30/2013) [-]
i was taught using the British System
We learnt it as BODMAS
#375 - **** you guys, Google that bitch. For some reason it rewrote t… 03/30/2013 on Math time +1