## lgbasallote 3 years ago LGBARIDDLE What do you get when you add 3 to 303 six times?

1. zzr0ck3r

306

2. apple_pi

303333333

3. lgbasallote

nope

4. lgbasallote

simplest thinker wins

5. apple_pi

323036

6. RaphaelFilgueiras

321

7. mukushla

303+3*6=321

8. zzr0ck3r

321

9. airabelle

3033333336

10. Compassionate

306 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6

11. lgbasallote

seems math lovers really are complicated thinkers

12. Compassionate

Wait, I know! You get a number!

13. lgbasallote

not that simple

14. Compassionate

Ok. You get lots of numbers.

15. zzr0ck3r

303*6+3

16. zzr0ck3r

1821

17. LaronJaxon

is it like 303x6?3x6? or s it 321

18. hartnn

19. lgbasallote

here comes @hartnn ....

20. lgbasallote

i thought you were able to solve it...

21. Compassionate

22. lgbasallote

you're on the right track though @hartnn ...simple-thinking...

23. cornitodisc

3x6=18 303+18=321

24. lgbasallote

still no

25. lgbasallote

think like a math hater

26. ganeshie8

27. zzr0ck3r

i still say it does not matter how many times you add 3 to 303 you always get 306:)

28. airabelle

303+3 then multiply to 6

29. Compassionate

I bet we can use the distributive property.

30. lgbasallote

i think @zzr0ck3r is on the right track....

31. Compassionate

3 to 303 six times? 3(300 + 3)

32. zzr0ck3r

306*6

33. lgbasallote

hah nope

34. lgbasallote

you were so close

35. airabelle

3(303+3)?

36. Compassionate

You will get 603 :D

37. lgbasallote

nope

38. lgbasallote

39. zzr0ck3r

303+3^6

40. apple_pi

323*036

41. lgbasallote

exponents starting to come and play too huh

42. RaphaelFilgueiras

1836

43. airabelle

1821

44. siddhantsharan

303303303303303303+3?

45. lgbasallote

nope

46. Compassionate

9.11.01

47. lgbasallote

that's scary @Compassionate

48. RaphaelFilgueiras

6.(303+3)

49. apple_pi

32303*6

50. lgbasallote

no...

51. RaphaelFilgueiras

306!!!

52. RaphaelFilgueiras

you always get it!

53. lgbasallote

this is fun...it's so simple and yet it's so hard

54. airabelle

(303^6)+3 ?

55. Compassionate

Maybe he wants us to put it in an integral?

56. lgbasallote

aren't you reppeating what @zzr0ck3r said @RaphaelFilgueiras ?

57. RaphaelFilgueiras

303+3=306 303+3=306 ...

58. airabelle

773848189788132

59. zzr0ck3r

thats the first answer of the post, I dont think its what hes looking for

60. Compassionate

$\lim_{303 + 6*3 \rightarrow x}$

61. lgbasallote

now how did that number came to be

62. zzr0ck3r

now that just does not make sense

63. Compassionate

$\sqrt{303} + \frac{ 303 }{ 2 }(3*6)$

64. zzr0ck3r

303*6+3 did i do this one yet?

65. lgbasallote

lol like i said simplest thinker wins

66. lgbasallote

that's still not as right as the first ten times it was suggested @zzr0ck3r

67. zzr0ck3r

in other words we are not going to like the abswer:)

68. lgbasallote

probably...

69. zzr0ck3r

hehe

70. RaphaelFilgueiras

lol

71. Compassionate

You get math

72. lgbasallote

do you like how this looks? 306, 306, 306, 306, 306, 306

73. zzr0ck3r

hahaha:P

74. zzr0ck3r

yes

75. lgbasallote

told you simplest thinker wins

76. zzr0ck3r

I was close

77. lgbasallote

yes...

78. zzr0ck3r

lol