I’m going to give you four numbers: 2,3,4, and 5. They’re not Roman numerals, they’re regular old Arabic numerals. You also get a plus sign and an equal sign. Create an equation that makes sense.


Math ProblemI’m going to give you four numbers: 2,3,4, and 5. They’re not Roman numerals, they’re regular old Arabic numerals. You also get a plus sign and an equal sign. Create an equation that makes sense. 8 guesses to Math Problem 

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2+3=5 ..?
you didn’t state that we have to use all of the numbers
O.k., you gotta use them all.
3+42=5
I don’t remember giving you a minus sign.
can we use only one plus and equal sign?
my sol:
flip the 3 and merge with 5 you will get a 6 (it’s working better if you using digital watch type numbers)
4+2=6
No, sorry, no flipping and definitely no merging.
This riddle is not that difficult!
3^2=4+5
Yes, that is correct, Vandal.
But since we didn’t give you a Caret to play with, we’ll explain it this way:
Five plus four equals three to the second power– or three squared. So you’re using two, three, four, five, one plus sign, and one equal sign.
Great job, you’re today’s winner.