• luinech

    try this on Bing, (56 + (2/3)) * (3 + (1/2)). If you remember BODMAS then expressing your query in a properly bracketed form allows Bing to provide both a decimal and fractional answer for the slightly more complex queries.

  • http://searchengineland.com/ Danny Sullivan

    Nice, thanks for that. I’ll make a note of it above. Still, Wolfram Alpha saved me from that complication!

  • http://www.webmarketingworkshop.com.au/ Clive Hawkins

    Fascinating comparison. If they’re not doing so already, WA should to be getting their search engine used by schools and so build a loyal user base for the future!

  • Rozy

    Thanks For this nice post.
    I’ll make a note of it above. Still, Wolfram Alpha saved me from that complication!