>>11524567 assuming there's no hidden shit it should be 9 due to order of operations weighing the division of 6 and 2 as equal to the multiplication of 2 and 3, forcing you to do the problem from left to right if you're falling into the trap of 1, its because you see the question being written as a fraction with six over the rest of it, when that is NOT the case because otherwise there would be an additional set of parenthesis making it 6/(2(1+2))

Depends if you treat x(y) as xy or x×y, obviously, retard. I personally treat it as xy such that the answer is 1, but that is only my arbitrary preference.

Why are these two different answers, even though a fraction and division are purportedly the same operation? Are the numerator/denominator treated as if they are enclosed in parentheses?

>>11526483 the rate at which the rate of change is changing, although differences do not represent the continuous nature, they are a great way to think of derivatives of derivatives