raghav
4/16/2020 11:04:46 am
9*9+9/9
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Mr. Bowen
4/16/2020 11:30:56 am
I think you may need parentheses somewhere. Don't forget about order of operations!
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Haylee
4/16/2020 01:32:20 pm
(9*9)+9/9=10
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Mr. Bowen
4/16/2020 04:36:44 pm
Remember that division will come before addition in the order of operations. This would end up being 81 + 1. How could you fix this?
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Korbyn
4/16/2020 02:54:39 pm
(999) / 9 = 10
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Mr. Bowen
4/16/2020 04:37:26 pm
I hadn't thought of that solution. Nice work, Korbyn!
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Jose Maldonado
4/16/2020 04:38:35 pm
9+9/9
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Mr. Bowen
4/16/2020 04:40:32 pm
You are missing a 9, Jose.
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