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Posted 5/28/16
(22*3)*(4*4)=82
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Posted 5/28/16 , edited 5/28/16
And not only that, but 7*13 = 28.
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W/e! You are just full of ...!


Full of love, joy and 82?
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1*1=2
1+1=1
2*2=4
2:2 =3
2+2=2
0-2=-1
-2*-2=+/-200
6*6*6 = its above 9000!!!!

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Posted 5/28/16
2 x2 = 4 x2 = 8 + 2 = 82
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C-mon get more creative guys!



Adding the 4 to the 2 makes it an 8 :D






macht_gut wrote:

20.5x4


That's not even close to adding <_<;;
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Rujikin wrote:

C-mon get more creative guys!



Adding the 4 to the 2 makes it an 8 :D






macht_gut wrote:

20.5x4


That's not even close to adding <_<;;


Aha oops how about this xD I have no clue
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Rujikin wrote:
C-mon get more creative guys!

Adding the 4 to the 2 makes it an 8 :D
is it adding?... when you removed 2 of them while only adding 2?...
also that isn't that much creative and more like ruining the fun.

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i hate all of these posts
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Rujikin wrote:

C-mon get more creative guys!



Adding the 4 to the 2 makes it an 8 :D






macht_gut wrote:

20.5x4


That's not even close to adding <_<;;



I did! I just did it smarter!
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22 Tri-bikes + 4 Cars = 82 wheels.


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Rujikin wrote:
C-mon get more creative guys!

Adding the 4 to the 2 makes it an 8 :D
is it adding?... when you removed 2 of them while only adding 2?...
also that isn't that much creative and more like ruining the fun.



I just added the 4 to the 2 and obviously it turns it into an 8.

The whole fun of this is seeing how much you can manipulate adding 22 to 4 to make 82.
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Rujikin wrote:
I just added the 4 to the 2 and obviously it turns it into an 8.

The whole fun of this is seeing how much you can manipulate adding 22 to 4 to make 82.
...you where both adding and subtracting by doing it in that method.
as you have 4 that is of 4 lines, and 2 of those lines cross over with the number 2 meaning if you add the whole number 4 in there it replaces those 2 lines that was there from before... meaning it wasn't adding when you did both adding and subtracting something.

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Posted 5/28/16

Freddy96NO wrote:


Rujikin wrote:
I just added the 4 to the 2 and obviously it turns it into an 8.

The whole fun of this is seeing how much you can manipulate adding 22 to 4 to make 82.
...you where both adding and subtracting by doing it in that method.
as you have 4 that is of 4 lines, and 2 of those lines cross over with the number 2 meaning if you add the whole number 4 in there it replaces those 2 lines that was there from before... meaning it wasn't adding when you did both adding and subtracting something.



It doesn't replace the lines it covers some of those lines. You could still subtract the 4 from it to get the 2 back.
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Posted 5/29/16
Impossible
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Display the set of even numbers as follows: For 2,4,6,8 for example, display every multiple of four as "/" multiplied by the factor that was multiplied by four, so 8 would be"//". For every multiple of 2 that is not a multiple of four, use the same rule but use "\" instead, so 6 would be "\\\". For numbers with more 2 or more digits, display them as a combination of symbols, so 22 would be "\ \".

With those rules in mind:
4+22
/+\ \
=/\ \

The "/\" can be interpreted as the Arabic symbol for the letter 8, (which is ٨, not sure if you can see it clearly.) and we have the 2 to the right of it, as "\", so it can be interpreted as 82.
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