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qais16

1+3+4+17+12+14+6+22+10+9+7 = 10 ?

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  1. nickymarden
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    what?

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  2. Venomblast
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    impossible o.0. you already have 17 which is bigger than 10

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  3. nabizag
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    Really?!

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  4. Venomblast
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    does not equal. no solution

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  5. qais16
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    it's possible guys

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  6. nickymarden
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    no, it's not possible. You can't add numbers bigger than 10 and the answer equals 10. It's impossible

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  7. nabizag
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    If you put a 5 after the 10 the yeah, it is....

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  8. qais16
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    @nickymarden ouhffffffffff! just try hard never give up nothin is impossible

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  9. nickymarden
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    If it's possible, then explain :)

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  10. nabizag
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    Ok, give us a clue.

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  11. qais16
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    clue clue hmmmmmmmmm, do u guys play soccer???

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  12. nabizag
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    Nah. Anything to do with formations?

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  13. nickymarden
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    Yes :)

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  14. qais16
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    @nabizag go on man

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    lol. Thats all I've got....

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  16. qais16
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    well let me tell u guys it's not about soccer it's all about mathematics

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  17. nabizag
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    Right....

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  18. funinabox
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    lol@"well let me tell u guys it's not about soccer it's all about mathematics" you'z a funny man

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    where are you from sir?

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  20. qais16
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    turkey

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  21. uber1337h4xx0r
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    I was trying to validate this by assuming you were working with a base system other than base 10, but even then, I see numbers larger than 10, so your statement is still invalid.

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  22. Venomblast
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    he a funny man.

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  23. uber1337h4xx0r
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    Actually, there IS one way to solve this correctly! You're supposed to put this symbol into the equation: / Like this: 1+3+4+17+12+14+6+22+10+9+7 ≠ 10 There we go! I are genius!

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  24. funinabox
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    lol^

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  25. Venomblast
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    lmao.

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  26. nabizag
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    How very..... underwhelming......

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  27. nabizag
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    @qais16 Have you figured out what the hell you were going on about yet? :)

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  28. qais16
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    wtf ur talking about

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