# Simple math question, solve this.

Question asked by Kaustubh Katdare in #Coffee Room on Oct 14, 2009

Kaustubh Katdare · Oct 14, 2009

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A + B → A – B,

A – B → A × B,

A × B → A ÷ B and

A÷B → A+B

Find the value of (a ÷ b – c + d × e)?

1. a + bc - d/e

2. a - b/c + de

3. a + b/c + de

4. a - b/c - de Posted in: #Coffee Room

A – B → A × B,

A × B → A ÷ B and

A÷B → A+B

Find the value of (a ÷ b – c + d × e)?

1. a + bc - d/e

2. a - b/c + de

3. a + b/c + de

4. a - b/c - de Posted in: #Coffee Room

Mangesh6688 · Oct 14, 2009

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The answer should be

1. a + bc - d/e

Am i right?

1. a + bc - d/e

Am i right?

Saandeep Sreerambatla · Oct 14, 2009

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Mangesh6688The answer should be

1. a + bc - d/e

Am i right?

Yes I will also go with the same answer!!!

Kaustubh Katdare · Oct 14, 2009

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Explanation, please 😀

Mangesh6688 · Oct 14, 2009

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The given equation is (a ÷ b – c + d × e)The_Big_KExplanation, please 😀

As per the given condition that A÷B → A+B, if we are dividing A and B then it will be replaced with addition of A and B.

(Here,A÷B tends to A+B but A+B do not tends to A÷B)

So, a÷b will be replaced with a+b,

b-c will be replaced with b×c

and so on.

Therefore, Option 1.a + bc - d/e should be correct.

Correct me if i am wrong.😕

CIVILPRINCESS · Oct 24, 2009

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i think the solution mangesh6688 gave is correct.