26 - 63 = 1
The above equation is wrong, but can you fix it with just one move?
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Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Make Just One Move
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2^6 - 63 = 1ReplyDelete
(Two to the sixth power = 64)
26-63 not equal to 1ReplyDelete
I couldn't find a not equal to symbol.
not equal is symbolize by this != so it'sReplyDelete
26 - 63 != 1
Are any of these answers correct? I'm interested in knowing the correct answer!ReplyDelete
Hi sunny, the answer is to move the 6 up a little bit, so that you get 2^6 - 63 = 1. Changing the equal sign to not equal works, but you need to say what it is you are moving to create the not equal sign.ReplyDelete
Change the 2 into a 7, for instance, and move that line you took out and create a does not equal sign.