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Dr.Math ....hes a doctor...of MATH
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Posted 4/13/11 , edited 4/14/11


The binomial expansion proof is correct. Well done. The other accepted proof is using fermat's little theorem which someone mentioned before as well.

But before you get smug, This question is taken out of Mahou Shojo Madoka Magica, where the characters are in middle school. I donno about where other people live but in the UK, binomial theorem is definitely beyond and above middle school syllabus...
Posted 4/13/11 , edited 4/14/11
I'm sorry but I don't want to do math
Posted 4/13/11 , edited 4/14/11
48÷2(9+3)
= 48÷2(12)
= 24 x (12)
= 288

Wait, what was the point of this again? Lulz.
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Posted 5/26/11 , edited 5/26/11
it's 2. PEMDAS rule.

48÷2
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Posted 5/26/11 , edited 5/26/11
it's 2. PEMDAS rule.

48÷2(9+3)

a. P for parenthesis. simplify all parenthesis (and its contents)
=48÷ 2 (12)

b. M for Multiplication
=48÷ 24

c. D stands for Division

=2
Posted 6/28/11 , edited 6/28/11
The answer is Troll squared. It adds up to two different answers depending on if you divide first or times. It causes rage among Mathematicians Funny stuff indeed.


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Posted 6/28/11 , edited 6/29/11
mfw


and moving on...
Posted 7/21/11 , edited 7/21/11
It's 2.
48/2(9+3)
48/2(12)
48/24
=2

Trolololol

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Posted 7/21/11 , edited 7/21/11
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Posted 7/21/11 , edited 7/21/11
Hey.. There's a reason why I dropped out of college to become a mechanic...
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