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Can you tell me how 1 + 4 + 3 = 10? Think and give me an answer...:))

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Love for Maths & maths of love (& same for chemistry) are always different Muktha ji
just like 143 for love in return what one gets is 1432 i.e.,
thus there is absolutely no difference between the 2 loving heart that become 'one and the same', hence

1 + 4 + 3 = 1 + 4 + 3 +2 or '10'

:)))))
Answered by mukund, 31 Oct '09 05:10 pm

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HHHMMM, being an Engineer, I am still very week in MAhs my dear Mukthaji.
(My son is laughung at me from behind !!!)
Answered by Sundar Rajan, 01 Nov '09 01:17 pm

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1+4+3 can be equal to 10 only if i am poor in maths or if i am a corrupt accountant...!!!!! Since i am neither...I can safely say that it is either a typo or simply not possible under existing rules of maths but perhaps it is true in Muktha;s rule of mathematics :)
Answered by sumitha, 01 Nov '09 01:04 pm

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The problem is wrong , Mukthaji forgot to press the shift key so the sign = has come...Correct sum is : 1+4+3+10 =18..,,, ha ha ha ha correcta---
Answered by MajorVLoganathan, 01 Nov '09 11:50 am

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Thought....got the answer......why shud i tell u
Answered by Sumit Basu, 01 Nov '09 10:30 am

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Probably Major Saab send this problem to you by a gift on your birth day in the form of 1 tikka for your nose of 250 gms of Gold,3 Churiyan ,each of 1gm gold & 2 pairs of Ear rings,each made of 1.5 gms of Gold.Addthem up and check whether it is 10 gms /or not. I shall never take anything from Major Saab,He will attach a problem with it.
You are very simple & so you have taken & asking others to solve the prblem. Is not it?
Answered by Santiranjan Pal, 01 Nov '09 10:21 am

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1+4+3=10 is possible if we did not know simple additions.
Answered by Mitali Choudhury, 31 Oct '09 04:35 pm

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Mistakenly, if the digits carry the same units....:))
Answered by bijoy agarwala, 30 Oct '09 08:26 pm

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Not possible.
Answered by Puneet K, 30 Oct '09 06:02 pm

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Answered by jameel ahmed, 30 Oct '09 05:52 pm

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