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The riddle of the day #3
posted February 6 2013 21:12.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis




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  • At 21 February 2013, 12:42:26 user SHADOW wrote:   [reply @ SHADOW]
    • 135+135+135+135+135


  • At 7 February 2013, 6:55:26 user Samir Silbak wrote:   [reply @ Samir Silbak]
    • (2 + 3) * 2 = 10
      (7 + 2) * 7 = 63
      (6 + 5) * 6 = 66
      (8 + 4) * 8 = 96

      basic equation:

      (a + b) * a = c

      therefore:

      (9 + 7) * 9 = 144


  • At 7 February 2013, 6:53:06 user irl404 wrote:   [reply @ irl404]
    • Is it 144?


  • At 7 February 2013, 0:32:42 user Konstantinos wrote:   [reply @ Konstantinos]
    • 144


  • At 7 February 2013, 0:18:33 user anon wrote:   [reply @ anon]
    • easy (a b)a = X
      (2+3)2=10
      ...
      (6+5)6=66
      ...
      (9+7)9 = 144


  • At 6 February 2013, 22:44:14 user Panagiotis Kalogeris wrote:   [reply @ Panagiotis Kalogeris]
    • 86 or 88


  • At 6 February 2013, 21:52:29 user cheerio wrote:   [reply @ cheerio]
    • took me ~15s
      x*(x+y)

      don't show the comment yet ;)












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