What is "1+1+1x0+1"?

Posted by: canucksfan

I am amazed at how many people get this wrong.

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thesouthwillrise says2014-06-04T19:59:19.5932469-05:00
Plus you must take into account the order of operations.
Loveshismom says2014-06-05T08:05:28.5329841-05:00
@ FuzzyCatPotato, I have no clue how that can possibly be the case.
Loveshismom says2014-06-05T08:14:45.1741111-05:00
Let's take a look at the order of operations: Parentheses Exponents Multiplication Division Addition Subtraction Problem: 1+1+1X0+1 It doesn't have any parentheses, exponents, division, or subtraction. With those ruled out, let's see what we're using: Multiplication Addition Anything times zero us zero. 1+1+1X0+1 \/ 1+1+0+1 \/ 1+1+1 2+1 3
Snikrot says2014-06-08T06:24:29.5870388-05:00
It's 4, order if operations, multiplication and division comes first, the zero isn't affecting anything
Snikrot says2014-06-08T06:25:27.8849705-05:00
Made a mistake, it's three, sorry

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