Here’s a seemingly simple math problem that’s getting different answers from people on the internet.
Here it is.
Looks simple, doesn’t it?
Give it a try.
You might think that 3 – 3 = 0, then multiplied by 6 is 0. Adding 2 means you get 2, right?
Remember the basic principle in operations?
It’s called PEMDAS
Do equations within parentheses first, followed by exponents, then multiplication, division, addition, and then subtraction.
Try it again.
Take this hint below.
Ready with your answer?
Now do the rest of the equation: 3 – 18 + 2.
This gives us -13. Did you get it?
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