**Friday Riddle - 25 November**

The equation shown below is not correct:

26-63=1

Can you make the equation correct by moving just one symbol?

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The equation shown below is not correct:

26-63=1

Can you make the equation correct by moving just one symbol?

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26|63 =1;

ReplyDeletewhere | is the XOR symbol by rotating minus sign.

2^6-36 = 1

ReplyDelete2^6-63=1

ReplyDelete2^6-63=1

ReplyDeleteyeah it is, 2^6-63=1

ReplyDeleteisnt it just insyead of 26-63=1 isnt it 62-63=1

Deletethat would be minus 1...lol

DeleteLol

Delete2^6 - 63 = 1

ReplyDelete2^6-63=1

ReplyDeleteso simple

2^6-63=1

ReplyDelete62-63=1

ReplyDelete62-63 is -1. Get your math right.

Deleteyou cant subtract 63 from 62.. so mabie you need to re think yo shit

DeleteMaybe, 'mabie' is spelled M-a-y-b-e.

Deleteevaristo u r a jerk

Deleteloads seem to be putting 2^6-63=1 wot does that mean im only 11

ReplyDeletethat means 2 to the power of 6

Delete2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 = 2^6

asterisks? I said I'm only 11.

Deleteit means that you multiply the number 2 six times.

Deleteso this symbol ^ means that its to the power of the number. so if 2^6, reads two to the power of six, so you take two and multiply two, six times, so 2 time 2 is 4, then 4 times 2 is 8, etc....

The right answer has not yet been said, but I do not know it.

ReplyDeleteall of you didnt move a symbol, you added a new one hence making all the answers wrong

ReplyDeletemove 6 above 2

Delete2^6=64-63=1

ReplyDeleteThe numbers cannot be incorrect. The human potential misinterpretation and miscalculation of the equation are the only things that can make the equation incorrect.

ReplyDelete26-63=1

126-63=

actually um you could just move the minus symbol across the equals symbol making the statement read 2663 does not equal 1...

ReplyDeleteOr move it into a greater than or equal to sign...

DeleteNo

ReplyDelete2^6-63=1. This can't be right, the riddle says to move a symbol, not add one. Therefore you can't add the ^ symbol

ReplyDeleteWhen written down, you move it up, you don't add anything.

DeleteBut its not a symbol duh.

Delete2663 ≠ 1 (move the - sign over the top of the = sign)

ReplyDeleteThat would just ruin the definition of the word equation

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