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Short equation (Posted on 2004-06-17) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Using each of the digits 2, 3, 4 and 5 only ONCE, plus one "+" sign, and one "=" sign, can you write a correct equation?

  Submitted by Federico Kereki    
Rating: 2.7500 (8 votes)
Solution: (Hide)
     2
4+5=3 

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  Subject Author Date
Hints/Tipsre: Solution with alternatesAdy TZIDON2015-02-19 02:41:33
SolutionSolution with alternatesDej Mar2008-01-20 03:15:47
Some Thoughtssome thoughtsK Sengupta2007-05-23 11:30:43
SolutionsolutionSteve Royer2004-06-17 20:03:34
SolutionVictor Zapana2004-06-17 12:49:57
Some Thoughtsre(2): moronDanny2004-06-17 12:03:48
re: moronCharlie2004-06-17 11:18:46
Solutionmoron "solution" (more on "solution", get it?)Erik O.2004-06-17 10:15:39
SolutionSolutionloki2004-06-17 09:01:28
Solutionre: Solution -- disagreee.g.2004-06-17 08:32:07
Solutionre: Solution -- disagreee.g.2004-06-17 08:32:05
SolutionSolution if formatting worksJer2004-06-17 08:29:11
SolutionSolutionErik O.2004-06-17 08:16:56
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