It's 15. 5+(1×10)
Sorry, if a fries = 1, then the third picture would read: 5 + 1+ 1 = 9that is wrong, and the fries cannot be worth 1. they are worth 2, as I have shown in my proof above.
Again the second pic has 4 fries... So 1+1+1+1. They just have them n pairs
OH! Nice, you totally got me!
Yeah so a fry is worth 1
Enlighten me on this one & how does it work out to 15 & with these numbers are we talking dollars?
Because you do multiplication first. So it's b 5+(1×10)
Question did you figure this out on the first shot & get the answer right?
Yeah. Im a geek
I knew the answer was 15.
Ah didn't see that the fries were pairs. The fries=1 so it's 15 (didn't read comments before I posted this lol 🤦)
Wrong. It's 15
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Somehow all the my plus symbols where deleted but I guess you can a assume them in the blank spaces
Yay... someone got it
Thanks, but can you solve this?𝝯 x B = ?
I can't see the first sign u did. It shows up as a weird rectangle with an x in it for me
This one is easier.𝝯 · B = ?
Lol I still can't see the symbol u put b4 the •
It's an upside-down triangle know as a nabla:
Nabla? What's that?
The equation would be 5+(1×10) so 15
Huh?Oh wait, that was FOUR fries. My bad. I didn't notice the double shading.
It's correct. last line there is an X and not a +
Nevermind. You are right. I'm retarded. Yeah, its 15 or 25. Completely forgot to use X before +.
or it's made to fool people who forget that you gotta do multiplication before addition.
or it fucks people over cause there's only one pack of fries in the last line. so many stupid little tricks, which i find really annyoing to the point where i don#t even wanna think about the calculation anymore.
Explain to me how.
Oh wait never mind I’m stupid
The 2 is wrong. It should b a 1. They tricked u with the number of fries
Yeah.. I fell for the trick question. There's actually 4 packets chippers not two.
So math revision without tricks.3C = 30C = 30/3C = 1010 + 2B= 20B= (20-10)/2B= 55 + 4F = 9F = (9-5)/4F=15 + (1*10) = 15
How? It's 5+(1×10)
First of all I’m visually impaired and I can’t tell that was two fries not one frySecond they forgot to include the fucking parentheses! That makes all the diff.I took math up to college algebra and I never had a problem that hard. They all had words. Not pics.
It's 15. It's 5+(1×10)
I just realized there was a multiplication
So yes yes it isss lol
But it's 15...
Crap, forgot order of operations. 🤦♂️You're right. Been a million years since math class.
Both are wrong
That soda better be an alcoholic drink if it cost $10
Oops. 16 I mean.
60. My eyes are killing me right now
Sob! I failed my exam today on trig because I'm having a brain fart of a day. 15.
Lol it's ok
I'm serious. It was the easiest exam in trig I could have had and failed that shit
These people also have a vote.
Aren't the French fries worth 2 each?
15. 5+(1×10) each fry is equal to 1. Cause the second equation has 4 of them. And the last one only has 1
My eyes aren't good enough to pick out that there are four fries on the third line. I would complain about that though. everything else had an arithmetic operator between them. Why didn't the first line just have three sodas? They were intentionally deceptive
That's I think the point of these. They try and trick you to see if u notice or not
I am already drawing up a lawsuit against the makers of this "math problem" Its just not right. They use delicious food to throw us off and then bam, the fries get cold and they're only worth half of what they once were
I got that initially too and didn't realize the doubled fries in the third row. Well, @Neko911 I thought it was not gonna be tricky and all visual like that! Cause you couldn't believe people can't get it. So I thought it was gonna be straightforward algebra 101 stuff. Didn't realize you gotta study the pics all carefully! :-D
Now I understand each fries is worth 1
10 for the drink, 5 for the sandwich, and 2 for the fries.
1 for the fries. The answer is 15
5 + f + f = 9; goes to 2f = 4 so f = 2. I missed that the last question has multiplication sign so it should be 25
No it's still 15. Each fry is worth 1. The second equation has 4 fries
Well if they didn't stack them like that I would have realized it was two instead of thinking it was 1. This question was designed to trick people with that optical illusion
@Paige90 Usually when an equation has different operations within it, brackets are added to separate the operations that are considered to have precedence over the others. In any equation that didn't serve to test a 9th grader's notational adherence, it would be written 5 + (1 X 10)Without the brackets, technically you can make up the order you want to conduct the operations in.
15. The fries are worth 1
@Neko911 The way I translated it:Drink=10Borger=5Fries=2
Nope. Look at the second equation it has 4 fries. So each has to equal 1
There's only 3 fries in the entirity of the picture though.
Lmao u see it?
Change my answer to 16 then since there is 1 of each.
It's 15 though
You are correct! I bypassed the X and assumed it was a +. Touche!
Sorry forgot to multiply
I didn’t see the multiplication on the last line. 25
You didn't do the order of operations right. It wpuld b 5+(1×10)=15
I did order of operations. Fries are 2 each, not 1.
Look at the fries. The second equation has 4. The last only has 1. So the value is fries=1
Ok it’s 15.
But it’s not always 15.. fast food restaurants have deals where they charge 2 fries for $2. It’s more likely fries are 1.59 individually so the answer isn’t as obvious. Basically the question is meant to trick you and isn’t completely accurate.
I was wrong it should be 60. The burger is 5 . The fries only 1 fry so not 2 but 1. Then most are adding the drink when it is actually multiply by 10. So it is 5+1X10=60.
😂😂😂 So it is... It's been a long day hahahah
Lol i got 16 too... because i didn't see the (×) sign
Sorry it was 25
Wait, no it's not.
It's 100 fuck.