Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by dotsrus, Oct 5, 2010.
What is 6-6*6=?
So far 3 different responses. Come on people this is 4th grade math!
is this what you mean?
6-6 = 0
0*6 = 6
Based on the order of operations: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_operations
1. terms inside brackets
2. exponents and roots
3. multiplication and division
4. addition and subtraction
The answer is -30.
I think Jokerz right. I chose -30 because I thought you had to multiply and divide before you do addition and subtraction.
The rules for mathematics are multiplication first, then subtraction, so it would be 6 x 6 = 36
then you have 6 - 36 , and you get -30
Omg lol, I'm studying advanced integral calculus ATM, this question seems so funny to me
How old are you, man ? LOL
lol.. I'm studying Algebra I lose.
You really did it wrong mate.
I feel sorry for the 5 people that chose "0" lol.
Host: Are you smarter than a fifth grader?!
Host: Erm... ok
Funny how the poll was even among the answers until we found the right one then -30 rocketed up
It depends, are you doing preorder, inorder or postorder?
The result is ALWAYS -30... Minus thirty... It's, as noted above, 3-rd grade math...
I had to.
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