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Simultaneous Equations (Posted on 2003-09-25) Difficulty: 3 of 5
No one can argue with the following equation:

√10 - 3 = √10 - 3

Add three lines to the right-hand side of the equation so that both sides are still equal.

See The Solution Submitted by DJ    
Rating: 3.0000 (15 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
Some ThoughtsSome ThoughtsK Sengupta2007-05-25 11:45:16
Along the Same LinesRoyCook2003-10-07 11:03:47
SolutionNew Alternate SolutionRoyCook2003-10-07 10:51:05
re(3): alternate solutionFatBoy2003-10-03 10:24:50
re(2): alternate solutionJeff2003-09-26 22:36:15
re: alternate solutionjaypee2003-09-26 20:48:19
Solutionalternate solutionJeff2003-09-26 19:13:50
this COULD workmatt white2003-09-26 02:48:18
adding three linesjaypee2003-09-25 21:59:07
SolutionSolutionTristan2003-09-25 19:51:17
re:Angelavender2003-09-25 19:42:38
No SubjectAngelavender2003-09-25 19:40:07
re(2): Trivial solutionBrian Smith2003-09-25 15:23:33
The SolutionBrian Smith2003-09-25 15:22:48
re: Trivial solutionCharlie2003-09-25 15:21:31
SImultaneous EquationsGordon Steel2003-09-25 15:02:03
Trivial solutionBrian Smith2003-09-25 14:31:14
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