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04-08-2011, 12:44 PM   #46
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 Originally Posted by Numinous And you know that these forums don't have an intuitive way to put the 2 in the right place, so kluang just made the notation a2. Also, if it was a*2, the notation is 2a, not a2. Fixed and I see what you did there, distribution of the terms, also valid without the adequate brackets. Edit: see? iIn the reply box a2 was perfect, and when I posted, it became a2. So yeah, it's a^2.
2a and a2 are the same thing, as i said i didnt realize he was making it as an exponent. its the same size as a normal number.

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 Originally Posted by AniMeFaN thats wrong, only if its 1 term
Hey, genius. In the set up ACt provided you need to solve the denominator first to make it 1 term, then you divide the numerator by the denominator. Are you sure you're in college? This is elementary school shit.

 04-08-2011, 12:45 PM #48 kluang One Punch Man     Join Date: Apr 2006 Posts: 6,419 Thanks: 3,186 Thanked 4,660 Times in 2,100 Posts Re: 48÷2(9+3) = ?? I did not wrote it wrong. I cant make the exponent look right here. what they call it, superscript __________________ To err is human, to forgive, divine. Humans aren't machines... they have souls, feelings. They live, they die, they love, they hate... And yes, they even make mistakes..... When kluang finds you creepy and wrong then you﻿ are beyond horrible. He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you. Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe. Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Being Malaysian is about driving in a German car to an Indian restaurant for an Indonesian food, then travelling home, grabbing a Pakistani kebab on the way, to sit on Swedish furniture and watch American shows on a Japanese TV. Because we have no originality.
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 Originally Posted by AniMeFaN 2a and a2 are the same thing
No, they aren't if the forums don't allow for the right annotation. So you're still wrong.
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 Originally Posted by AniMeFaN 2a and a2 are the same thing, as i said i didnt realize he was making it as an exponent. its the same size as a normal number.
No they aren't. In notation with variables, the ONLY time you ever put the number after the variable is when the number is an exponent. Should kluang have put a "^" between a and 2 to make this clear? Yes. But those of us with basic comprehension of math understood the exponent.

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04-08-2011, 12:52 PM   #51
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 Originally Posted by kael03 No they aren't. In notation with variables, the ONLY time you ever put the number after the variable is when the number is an exponent. Should kluang have put a "^" between a and 2 to make this clear? Yes. But those of us with basic comprehension of math understood the exponent.
See this, Animefan? This is why some people use the juxtaposition for exponential, because it also works for it as much as it works for multiplication. And that is why appropriate notation is always valuable.
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 Originally Posted by kael03 Hey, genius. In the set up ACt provided you need to solve the denominator first to make it 1 term, then you divide the numerator by the denominator. Are you sure you're in college? This is elementary school shit.
he said he was taught everything after the division sign was in the demoninator, he said it and i said only if its 1 term, if thats what he meant fine but he did not make the 1 bit clear because he never clarified that until much later.

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 Originally Posted by kluang I did not wrote it wrong. I cant make the exponent look right here. what they call it, superscript
you did have 2=1 at the bottom

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 Originally Posted by Numinous No, they aren't if the forums don't allow for the right annotation. So you're still wrong.
they arent in the forums lol, gtfo, 2a and a2 are the same in the math world, sorry after looking at it for 10 sec i didnt realize when he had 2=1 at the bottom that he meant exponents and assumed he made a mistake with the factoring.

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 Originally Posted by AniMeFaN 2a and a2 are the same in the math world,
*Sigh*

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 Originally Posted by kael03 No they aren't. In notation with variables, the ONLY time you ever put the number after the variable is when the number is an exponent. Should kluang have put a "^" between a and 2 to make this clear? Yes. But those of us with basic comprehension of math understood the exponent.
Seriously, just stop.

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 Originally Posted by AkamaruChewtoy AF - I forget if you ever said, what do you do for a living?
He says he could easily get hired in a bank where he worked before...any comment is unnecessary.

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 Originally Posted by AniMeFaN well as usual it was a pleasure stopping in to the spam zone and talking to all of you, i look forward to our next encounter.
More like, I'll get you next time
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It's like he has the stubbornness of Mum-Ra combined with the intelligence of Snarf.

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04-08-2011, 01:17 PM   #59
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 Originally Posted by kael03 Way to not admit you were wrong about kluang's post. Even after he pointed out he fucked it up.
well he was wrong, he had 2=1 as the solution when hes dividing things by (a-b) and a=b.

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 Originally Posted by Nerox He says he could easily get hired in a bank where he worked before...any comment is unnecessary.
i could, sorry i didnt realize 2a and a2 were different right away in an internet forum but solved what a and b were. you keep mentioing it like its this amazing feat or something, are your abilities just that low

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get you, lol. i have no desire to get anyone.

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04-08-2011, 01:21 PM   #60
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Re: 48÷2(9+3) = ??

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 Originally Posted by AniMeFaN i could, sorry i didnt realize 2a and a2 were different right away in an internet forum but solved what a and b were.
Regardless of the medium, the translation is the same. a2 ALWAYS translates to a to the power of 2. To translate it any other way doesn't exist in math. As I said before (and you seem to conveniently ignore) when working with variables you NEVER put the number after the variable unless it's being treated as an exponent.

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