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Q: How do you do 2 plus 3 equals 10?

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then 4 plus 3 equals 28 and 3 plus 3 equals 18 and 7 plus 5 equals 84 .... its easy you just have to multiply the answer with the first number.. for example : 2 plus 3 equals 5 but when you multiply the answer with the first number (2) it becomes equals 10, and so on the others..

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10 - 3 + 2 = 2 is a false statement. 10 - 3 + 2 = 9

144 add the two numbers and multiply by the first 2(2 + 3) = 10 7(7 + 2) = 63 etc.

The answer is -7

7+3=10 10*2=20

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Since 2 plus 4 is not 10, the "if" statement is false. Given a false "if", logically, 9 + 2 can equal anything you like.

2 plus 3 equals 5 7 plus 2 equals 9 6 plus 9 equals 15 8 plus 4 equals 12 9 plus 7 equals 16 Am I missing something here? Probably. You say 2+3=5, but the question clearly states 2+3=10. Why would it say that? Suppose you had only one hand. You count 1,2,3,4,5,10,11,12. That last doesn't mean "twelve" as we know it, Jim. It means one hand (5), plus 2 spare ones. We could say: if 2+3=10, 5+2=12.

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