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This works if you first add the two digits (ex. 2+3=5), then multiply the first digit by the answer you got (2+5=10).

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-10 plus 10 equals 0.

sixty is equal to 10 plus 50, and as 10 equals 50, and 50 equals 79, then it would be fair to assume that 60 equals 50 plus 79, which is 129.

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What does 6+4 equal?It equals 10.

4 plus 6 equals 10

3 plus 7 equals 10

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No, It equals 10

No it does not, one plus one equals two.

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3+10 = 13

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yes 5 plus 5 does equal 10 you are correct

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1 plus 9,999 equals 10,000. That is equal to 1,000 x 10.

This is related to an x + (x+1) + (x+2) function, in which case x equals 10. 10+11+12 is equal to 33.

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

it means that x should equal 10. x + x = 20. x = 10

11 plus 5-10 plus 20-9 plus 14-10 is equal to 21

It equals 53.

6z + 28 = 12z + 10 18 = 6z 3 = z

9 plus 7 equals 144. Generally, x plus y = x(x+y).

10+n=17 is equal to 10+7=17 n=7