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yanamaster
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- A 32 year old male gamer
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- Joined on June 10th 2008, last online on 27 April 2017.
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Woah. Some people need some finance classes ASAP it seems. OT though, can't say that i'm suprised. by how fast and ugly the situation got. Companies don't get free passes for trying to get better. Kind of like Yoda said " do or do not, there is no try". Because, did the layoffs and changing the site of production do anything to improve the financial situation in the last quarter? No it...

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theprof00 said: Dodece said:Talk about the facade starting to crumble. It seems that reality is finally starting to overcome partisan bickering. Had something like this been posted six months ago this thread would have been awash in spin, and recriminations would have been made against the original poster as if they had willed the news into existence. That said there is still a...

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@ OP You have got to be one of the most insecure people on vgchartz. to be spilling your guts on a forum over something as insignificant as this. Especially given the overly dramatic first sentence in your OP. I'm already used the fact that there are many followers of various religions that will pester you if they are given the chance but it still suprises me that people are having a hard...

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Mr Khan said:You forget The WindWaker, where the King's wish drowns the land of Hyrule forever. The Triforce's wishing power seems to operate under a rule-set similar to the Dragonballs, dispersing after the wish so that they can't just be endlessly abused, otherwise the climax of WindWaker would have gone Daphneus Hyrule: Drown Hyrule Ganondorf: Don't drown Hyrule Daphneus: Do it!...

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noname2200 said: yanamaster said: huh, intersting view point. In Poland a corporation is an entity that acts in in the name of the people founding the corporation and possess a legal status allowing it to carry out business. My understanding is that it is largely the same in the United States, in that the corporation is a single, legally-distinct entity from its owner(s)....

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Kasz216 said: noname2200 said: Kasz216 said: twesterm said: Of course I ask this fully realizing these are probably the same people that only donate for tax breaks. Nobody donates for tax breaks. Break in taxes you get for donating is always less then the amount of money you give...

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badgenome said: richardhutnik said: Where does one derive any sense of duty from a negative rights based ethics system? Duty has nothing to do with a rights-based system. Where does one derive a sense of duty from a positive rights based ethics system? It ultimately just leads to everyone trying to live at the expense of everyone else. Since when have any...

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Boutros said: Haha ;) This also reminds me of one of my favourite quotes: "Remember, there are no stupid answers, just stupid people." ;P...

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Vertigo-X said: IIIIITHE1IIIII said:I think they should have written: 48/(2(3+9)) if they wanted to make sure that the answer is 2. Still, I'm not too certain if the number 2 is part of the brackets or not. And different mathematicians come up with different answers so I really don't see the discussion value. In school I was taught that there may be two different ways of solving...

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IIIIITHE1IIIII said:I think they should have written: 48/(2(3+9)) if they wanted to make sure that the answer is 2. Still, I'm not too certain if the number 2 is part of the brackets or not. And different mathematicians come up with different answers so I really don't see the discussion value. In school I was taught that there may be two different ways of solving this, by the...

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Cobretti2 said: yanamaster said: man-bear-pig said:The correct answer is 2, and I'm from the UK. 48÷2(3+9) = 48÷2(12) = 48÷24 = 2 This answer is right becuase of BODMAS I'm afraid i am unfamiliar as to what BODMAS stands for, care to elaborate? Since no one has replied (however I am sure you worked it out already), I will reply. BODMAS...

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Boutros said: yanamaster said: Boutros said: yanamaster said:Well, i stand by the answer 2. If the original equation was 48/2*(3+9) then sure, the answer would 288, but when we have a parenthesis that looks like 2(3+9), then the 2 is part of the parenthesis and has to be calculated with what lies inside the brackets. 2(3+9) = 2*(3+9) It's the exact same. And...

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Boutros said: yanamaster said:Well, i stand by the answer 2. If the original equation was 48/2*(3+9) then sure, the answer would 288, but when we have a parenthesis that looks like 2(3+9), then the 2 is part of the parenthesis and has to be calculated with what lies inside the brackets. 2(3+9) = 2*(3+9) It's the exact same. And in both case 2 isn't part of the...

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Well, i stand by the answer 2. If the original equation was 48/2*(3+9) then sure, the answer would 288, but when we have a parenthesis that looks like 2(3+9), then the 2 is part of the parenthesis and has to be calculated with what lies inside the brackets....

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Boutros said: pezus said: Boutros said: pezus said: I belong to the second group. In the first solution you can't just make the parentheses disappear, they should still be there. So the solution will be 2. You can add/remove parenthesis wherever you want as long as what is inside has been resolved. In this case that doesn't work though. There's...

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pezus said: Boutros said:http://www.mathsisfun.com/operation-order-bodmas.html Example: How do you work out 12 / 6 × 3 / 2 ? Multiplication and Division rank equally, so just go left to right: First 12 / 6 = 2, then 2 × 3 = 6, then 6 / 2 = 3 It won't work like that this time around though because there is a bracket, which implies the 2 and (9+3) should...

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Boutros said: It is what is inside the parenthesis that applies first. After that it should be done from left to right. And so by that logic you shouldn't multiply 2 and 12. But an equation like this needs a context in order for it to be resolved because I don't think there's one accurate answer. Well this equation is what it is, there are no hidden contexts that you should...

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man-bear-pig said:The correct answer is 2, and I'm from the UK. 48÷2(3+9) = 48÷2(12) = 48÷24 = 2 This answer is right becuase of BODMAS I'm afraid i am unfamiliar as to what BODMAS stands for, care to elaborate?...

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Argh_College said:im guessing 450euros Hmm that's expensive to be honest. Although i wouldn't be suprised if MS made it even more expensive....

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Hey, lately i noticed a question from math that caught my attention. The equation posed: 48 ÷2(3+9) Now before we dwelve into the issue of the answer to the problem i feel that some explanations are in order. The equation caught my interest not because of its complexity (obviously) but rather because of how people on different forums decided to solve it. In general, there are two...

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