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Topic: A very simple problem. Please help.
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weasel

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From: Toledo
Registered: 4/9/11
A very simple problem. Please help.
Posted: Apr 9, 2011 9:57 AM
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I've never so much as seen this discussion board before about 5 minutes ago.

I'm a lowly pre-calc college student, and a professional fighter.

As the latter, I'm a member of a (loosely) MMA based discussion forum.

There are literally 50 pages of debate right now on one very simple problem.

Maybe this is an internet meme thing or something, and you've already seen it and gotten sick of dealing with it, but here goes.

48÷2(9+3)

I won't give you my contention as to how this ought to be solved, but it seems pretty obvious.

If I can get some good answers from people a little more familiar with math, maybe I can stop questioning my sanity.

Thanks.



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