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Please help i have a big trouble! What is the positive difference between \(\frac{6^2 + 6^2}{6}\)    and \(\frac{6^2 \times 6^2}{6}\)?\(\)

 Jun 18, 2020
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Alrighty!

 

6^2 is 36

 

6^2+6^2 is 72

 

72/6=12

 

6^2x6^2 is 36x36

 

36^2 is 1296.

 

1296/6 is 216

 

72-216 is... drumroll please... -144

 

Yay!

 

Edit: 

Im stupid, I mixed 72 and 12 up... my fault. Sorry

 Jun 18, 2020
edited by Varxaax  Jun 19, 2020
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It says positive difference though? Would it still be -144

Guest Jun 18, 2020
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No ......it would be +144 (though that is incorrect number)

216-12= 204

ElectricPavlov  Jun 18, 2020
edited by Guest  Jun 18, 2020
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Yeah that was what I said below was I correct?

jimkey17  Jun 18, 2020
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We know that 6^2*6^2=6^4 and 6^2+6^2=2*6^2 it is the difference between  2*6=12 and 6^3=216

 

 

Well \(\frac{6^2 + 6^2}{6}=12\) and \(\frac{6^2 \times 6^2}{6}=216\) so the difference is 12-216=-204

 Jun 18, 2020

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