Math Question(s)

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by Jonathan, Nov 29, 2013.

  1. #1 Jonathan, Nov 29, 2013
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2013
    Ab - 2(3a - 4b)

    A = 2
    B = 3

    Show your working out :lol1:

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  2. Whoever gets it first gets $250, must show all your working.
     
  3. Ab - 2(3a - 4b)

    AB - 2[3(2) - 4(3)]
    AB - 2(6 - 12)
    AB - 2(-6)
    (2)(3) - 2(-6)
    6 - (-12)
    = 18

    ?
     
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  4. 2(3)-2(6-12)
    6+12
    18
     
  5. AB - 2(3a-4b)

    AB - 2(-6)

    6 - 2(-6)

    6 - -12

    18

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  6. Ab - 2(3a - 4b) (Considering A=a and B=b, If A is not a and B is not b, you cant solve it )

    6-2(6-12)
    6-2(-6)
    6-(-12)


    ab-2(3a-4b) = 18
     
  7. [​IMG]

    Seems legit.

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  8. lol, it's called bidmas in the UK? Here it's called Bedmas.
     
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  9. Indecies? Is that British for exponents?
     
  10. Canada FTW :happy:
     
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  11. Exponentes in spanish.
     
  12. or in middlesbrough bodmas
     
  13. No one cares what it is In spanish :tough:
     
  14. b = log c

    If b = 4, then what is c?

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  15. I forgot how to do logs. :sad:
    Gonna try it though.
     
  16. Hope you get it wrong
     
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  17. log[10] x= 4 The 10 is a subscript (I think its called like that)
    x=10^4
    x= 10,000
     
  18. Simple really u+me=us
     
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