## number theory

### Re: number theory

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????

- Raiyan Jamil
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### Re: number theory

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 .

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

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.

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.

Please

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### Re: number theory

I think the answer os the problem is 6 because

(3+2)=5

(4+2)=6

(3+2)=5

(4+2)=6