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Why is it putting the whole problem divided by 118 when I want it to be 59 over 118?

Guest May 2, 2017
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plz explain more and i may be able to help

Silstar  May 2, 2017
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What I mean:  X/100 * 59/118   What it's saying:  X/100*59 

                        (X is variable).                                    118

Guest May 2, 2017
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\(\frac{x}{100}\times\frac{59}{118}=\frac{\frac{x}{100}}{1}\times\frac{59}{118}=\frac{\frac{x}{100}\times 59}{1\times 118} =\frac{\frac{x}{100}\times 59}{118}\)  smiley

hectictar  May 2, 2017
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Bro thanks! So it's basically just the same thing?

Guest May 2, 2017
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Yep! Sometimes this calculator does funny things but it gets the job done!

hectictar  May 2, 2017
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In this case it is the same thing but the calculator is using correct order of operation.

X/100*59/118   

 

 

 

(X/100)*(59/118)

 

Melody  May 2, 2017
edited by Melody  May 2, 2017

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