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warnie_666

Friday Teaser Part 2

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Pure Logic test from Harvard University If: 1 = 5, 2 = 25, 3 = 325, 4 = 4325, 5 = ?"Lets see how many are good....

again could suggest different answers but will go for simpler 54325

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Pure Logic test from Harvard University If: 1 = 5, 2 = 25, 3 = 325, 4 = 4325, 5 = ?"Lets see how many are good....

If 1 = 5, then surely 5 = 1, so the answer is 1?!?

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I didn't read through the answers, but I'm guessing it can't be anything but 1, because it would void the first equation (how can 1=5 and then 5=x with x not being 1?) It doesn't matter on which side of the equals sign the numbers are.

Though I must admit, at first I just started searching for patterns without thinking :D But then I realized that there weren't any variables in there, so it wouldn't matter what I try to calculate, it wouldn't fit mathematically.

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