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sritama Group Title

if 40=44, 55=61. what does 47=?

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  1. KingGeorge Group Title
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    42. It's always 42.

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  2. sritama Group Title
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    why?

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  3. KingGeorge Group Title
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    42 is the answer to life, the universe, and everything.

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  4. sritama Group Title
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    and the oiptions are 49,50,51,52

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  5. KingGeorge Group Title
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    :(

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  6. thomas5267 Group Title
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    @KingGeorge Good Job...

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  7. sritama Group Title
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    :D

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    I have given the medal to you. The answer is soooo EPIC! @KingGeorge

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    @thomas5267: Please don't take the following in the wrong way. There is nothing epochal about it. It's a cliched pun used extensively in M.SE and here.

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  10. KingGeorge Group Title
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    Definitely a cliched pun, but it's still fun to use every now and then. As for the actual solution, I might need a few minutes to see the pattern.

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  11. FoolForMath Group Title
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    52?

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  12. sritama Group Title
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    yes,it is the answer .. but what is the explanation ?

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  13. FoolForMath Group Title
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    ;)

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  14. sritama Group Title
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    ??? :)

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  15. FoolForMath Group Title
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    Well, I won't spoil the fun :)

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  16. HerbvanH Group Title
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/42_(number)

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    ahh @FoolForMath he always gets the answers...as long as they make sense...he cant solve "special arithmetic" though hahahah =))))

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    40+4=44 55+6=61 47+5=52

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