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What is the difference between 2*a and 2a? What is the difference between 2(3+4) and 2*(3+4)?
We all know that omitting the multiplication sign still means multiplication so nothing changed!
This question is related to a well-known mathematical debate as follows: 6/2(1+2) If we use the rule of order of operation which states that : Parentheses first, exponents next, multiplication and division from left to right and finally addition and subtraction from left to right The result will be 9 However, some would say that 6/2(1+2) is like 6/(2(1+2))
Having mentioned that they would say what is the result of 9a^2/3a?
I know this question might be "duplicate" or whatever... But I really searched a lot and didn't find a satisfying answer.
Is 3a the same as 3*a or (3*a)?
So 9a^2/3a = (9*a^2) / (3*a) Or 9*a^2/3*a