Wrong. The answer cannot be either/or. The real answer is 9. 
There is something in math called Order of Operations or PEMDAS. 
Parentheses first, then Exponents and then Multiplications and Divisions and then Additions and Subtractions. 
Division and Multiplication rank equally (and go left to right). Addition and Subtraction rank equally (and go left to right)
This equation is just written in silly fashion but it breaks down like this:
6/2(1+2)=?
6/2(3)=?
3(3)=?
= 9
- Sha

Wrong. The answer cannot be either/or. The real answer is 9. 

There is something in math called Order of Operations or PEMDAS

Parentheses first, then Exponents and then Multiplications and Divisions and then Additions and Subtractions. 

Division and Multiplication rank equally (and go left to right). Addition and Subtraction rank equally (and go left to right)

This equation is just written in silly fashion but it breaks down like this:

6/2(1+2)=?

6/2(3)=?

3(3)=?

= 9

- Sha

MJ, MJ & Bird. 

MJ, MJ & Bird. 

Just finished watching this. Great stuff. 

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NOVA scienceNOW | How Does The Brain Work?

If you liked that Teller interview about magic, I highly, highly recommend this NOVA special about neuroscience and magic. (The above clip is just a promo video, but PBS has the entire thing available here. Great use of your lunch hour or for watching later.)

(by NOVAonline)

Magic & Larry, daps. #Respect

Magic & Larry, daps. #Respect

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