number theory

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Ridwan Abrar
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number theory

Unread post by Ridwan Abrar » Fri Jan 24, 2014 12:01 am

If 3=5 then 4=?

TANISHA
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Re: number theory

Unread post by TANISHA » Fri Feb 07, 2014 8:40 pm

Ridwan Abrar wrote:If 3=5 then 4=?

THE INFORMASTION OF QUESTION,WE CAN KNOW,

3=(3+2)=5
SO,4=(4+2)=6

IS I AM RIGHT???? :?:

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Raiyan Jamil
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Re: number theory

Unread post by Raiyan Jamil » Fri Feb 07, 2014 10:35 pm

Raiyan replied ,
Here , 4 = 4 .
Now , about this situation , 3 might be equal to 5 in many ways . In a place , I heard someone about asking this question . He said 3 = 5 because , 3(three) have five letters . In this case , 4(four) has four letters . So, 4=4 .
Anyone , If my answer is correct pls let me know .
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Re: number theory

Unread post by Labib » Sat Feb 08, 2014 8:12 pm

Two things to say here.
1. There is not enough information in this problem statement.
2. I don't know about others but I personally think, these sort of posts do not help the impression of this forum. I encourage people to discuss such problems with their teachers and friends and post here only if they cannot solve it on their own.
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