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Post Reply How to add 22 to 4 to get 82
Posted 5/29/16
22+4=82

Done.
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Posted 6/11/16
you can't in it's strictest sense adding 22 to 4 can't equal 82 22+4=26 anything else breaks the rules in some way. If we are talking about the name then it no longer refers to value of said digits and merely pokes fun at one nomenclature of symbol seemingly having a contradictory definition.
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Posted 6/11/16

Nasirei wrote:

quatre vingt deux (82)

4 22


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That sounds complicated
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Posted 6/11/16

Ryulightorb wrote:


Nasirei wrote:

quatre vingt deux (82)

4 22


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That sounds complicated


i think dark alma's post looked alot more complicated ^^;
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Posted 6/11/16

periah250 wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


Nasirei wrote:

quatre vingt deux (82)

4 22


Nasi continues to amaze me

That sounds complicated


i think dark alma's post looked alot more complicated ^^;


But Alma is older and at his age I'm not surprised XD
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Posted 6/11/16

Ryulightorb wrote:


periah250 wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


Nasirei wrote:

quatre vingt deux (82)

4 22


Nasi continues to amaze me

That sounds complicated


i think dark alma's post looked alot more complicated ^^;


But Alma is older and at his age I'm not surprised XD


stupid people get old too XD
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Posted 6/11/16

Hrafna wrote:
22+4=82
Done.
good job 86y old daughter of thor.

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Posted 6/11/16

periah250 wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


periah250 wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


Nasirei wrote:

quatre vingt deux (82)

4 22


Nasi continues to amaze me

That sounds complicated


i think dark alma's post looked alot more complicated ^^;


But Alma is older and at his age I'm not surprised XD


stupid people get old too XD


True but the older you are the more time you have had to become more intelligent.
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Posted 6/11/16

Ryulightorb wrote:


periah250 wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


periah250 wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


Nasirei wrote:

quatre vingt deux (82)

4 22


Nasi continues to amaze me

That sounds complicated


i think dark alma's post looked alot more complicated ^^;


But Alma is older and at his age I'm not surprised XD


stupid people get old too XD


True but the older you are the more time you have had to become more intelligent.


some people never learn
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Posted 6/11/16 , edited 6/11/16

periah250 wrote:

you can't in it's strictest sense adding 22 to 4 can't equal 82 22+4=26 anything else breaks the rules in some way. If we are talking about the name then it no longer refers to value of said digits and merely pokes fun at one nomenclature of symbol seemingly having a contradictory definition.


What rules are you talking about? The only rule I set was that it was in base 10 and that you have to add 22 to 4. You are creating rules that don't exist and binding yourself to such non-existant rules. This is an exercise in thinking so far outside the box that you doubt the box ever even existed.
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Posted 6/11/16

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periah250 wrote:

you can't in it's strictest sense adding 22 to 4 can't equal 82 22+4=26 anything else breaks the rules in some way. If we are talking about the name then it no longer refers to value of said digits and merely pokes fun at one nomenclature of symbol seemingly having a contradictory definition.


What rules are you talking about? The only rule I set was that it was in base 10 and that you have to add 22 to 4. You are creating rules that don't exist and binding yourself to such non-existant rules. This is an exercise in thinking so far outside the box that you doubt the box ever even existed.


oh well i excessively use logic this is most defiantly not my forte
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Posted 6/11/16

periah250 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


periah250 wrote:

you can't in it's strictest sense adding 22 to 4 can't equal 82 22+4=26 anything else breaks the rules in some way. If we are talking about the name then it no longer refers to value of said digits and merely pokes fun at one nomenclature of symbol seemingly having a contradictory definition.


What rules are you talking about? The only rule I set was that it was in base 10 and that you have to add 22 to 4. You are creating rules that don't exist and binding yourself to such non-existant rules. This is an exercise in thinking so far outside the box that you doubt the box ever even existed.


oh well i excessively use logic this is most defiantly not my forte


You have to have logic to solve these. You just have to not restrict your logic so much. You get trained to use explicit rules in school but with this you have to warp stuff to fit with the few rules that exist.
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Posted 6/12/16

Rujikin wrote:


periah250 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


periah250 wrote:

you can't in it's strictest sense adding 22 to 4 can't equal 82 22+4=26 anything else breaks the rules in some way. If we are talking about the name then it no longer refers to value of said digits and merely pokes fun at one nomenclature of symbol seemingly having a contradictory definition.


What rules are you talking about? The only rule I set was that it was in base 10 and that you have to add 22 to 4. You are creating rules that don't exist and binding yourself to such non-existant rules. This is an exercise in thinking so far outside the box that you doubt the box ever even existed.


oh well i excessively use logic this is most defiantly not my forte


You have to have logic to solve these. You just have to not restrict your logic so much. You get trained to use explicit rules in school but with this you have to warp stuff to fit with the few rules that exist.




then ill just get rid of the 4 and use a marker to make 22 82 :3
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Posted 6/12/16

Rujikin wrote:

How can you add 22 to 4 in order to get 82?

Add 22 to 4 what?

it's gotta be 4 15's

Add 22 to 4 15's and you get 82
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Posted 6/12/16

periah250 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


periah250 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


periah250 wrote:

you can't in it's strictest sense adding 22 to 4 can't equal 82 22+4=26 anything else breaks the rules in some way. If we are talking about the name then it no longer refers to value of said digits and merely pokes fun at one nomenclature of symbol seemingly having a contradictory definition.


What rules are you talking about? The only rule I set was that it was in base 10 and that you have to add 22 to 4. You are creating rules that don't exist and binding yourself to such non-existant rules. This is an exercise in thinking so far outside the box that you doubt the box ever even existed.


oh well i excessively use logic this is most defiantly not my forte


You have to have logic to solve these. You just have to not restrict your logic so much. You get trained to use explicit rules in school but with this you have to warp stuff to fit with the few rules that exist.




then ill just get rid of the 4 and use a marker to make 22 82 :3


lol so this:

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