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Whats the answer here.
The guy who posted said its not 30
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obviously 60

10+5*4
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2x + 2x + 2x = 30
x = 5

y + y + 2x = 20
y = 5

2z + 2z + y = 13
z = 2

x + (y + 2z) * z = 23
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13.625
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>>10126564
It's 20. There is one one show and one blunt. 5+5*2=20
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>>10126566
sorry forgot shoes in last line, correct answer is

x + (2x + y + 2z) * z = 43
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>>10126568
Oh I see. Okay so a guy has 2 blunts that are worth 2 each. A guy is 5. So it would be 5+9*2. So it's 28
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>>10126577
>5+9*2. So it's 28
>5+9*2=28
>/sci/ - Science & Math
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>>10126577
Holy shit I just saw the guy had shoes. So it's 5+19*2= 48
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>>10126579
>So it's 5+19*2= 48
>5+19*2= 48
>/sci/ - Science & Math
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I do understand that with pemdas it would be 43. However I don't see and brackets and a calculator would say it's 48
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shoe = 5
guy = 5
flowers = 2

So
shoe + (guy + 2 flowers + 2 shoes) * flowers = 5 + (5 + 4 + 10) * 2 = 5 + 19 * 2 = 5 + 38 = 43
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>>10126580
ironic
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>>10126583
wew
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>>10126580
mb missed context
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43 assuming there's a detail like the strings in the shoes or number of flower petals didn't change.
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Since when is number x half of x*11?
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Each shoe is worth 5.
Each kid is worth 5.
Each blunt it worth 2

Finaly problem:
1 shoe(5)+1 kid with two shoes and two blunts(5+5×2+2×2)×1 blunt(2)
5+(5+5×2+2×2)×2
5+19×2
5+38
43
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$\displaystyle \left \{ \begin{matrix} 2x+2x+2x &= 30 & \Leftrightarrow x=5 \\ y+y+2x &= 20 & \Leftrightarrow y=5 \\ 2z+2z+y &=13 & \Leftrightarrow z=2 \end{matrix} \right. \\ x+(y+2x+2z) \cdot z = 5+(5+10+4) \cdot 2=5+38=43$
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>>10126818
>solving the problem using order of operations instead of going left to right
Kek
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>>10126557
6x = 30
x=5
2y + 10 = 20
y = 5
4z + 5 =13
z = 2
5 + 2*5 = 15
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>>10127419
>>10126887
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>>10126887
>solving a problem going left to right instead of using order of operations

kek
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30
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>>10126568
WE HAVE THIS THREAD EVERY WEEK AND EVERY WEEK I FALL FOR THIS TRICK.
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>>10126557
23

That dude is 5, and he's holding two 2's.
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>>10128833
oops. 43

dat nigga got dem shoes on too. so dats one 5, plus two 2's and two 5's.
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>>10126557
26
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>>10128850
Missed the multiplication
43
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>>10126557
FOR ME IS THE ONION LOL
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It’s 97, if everything on the man is counted in one multiplicative factor (or inside parentheses like this)
>pink shoes=10
>half pink shoe therefore is 5
>man is 5
>paper flowers is 4
Final equation is 5+(10+5+8)*4
>23*4+5
Answer should be 97 if that’s how the man is being counted.
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>>10128888
It’s times 2, not 4. Half the blunts. So
23*2+5= 51
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>>10126557
43
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>>10126557
x^2 + x^2 + x^2 = 30
x=sqrt(10)
y + y + x^2 = 20
y=5
z^2 + z^2 + y =13
z=2
x+y(x^2)(z^2)*z = sqrt(10) + 5*10*4*2 = 400 + sqrt(10)

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