Super hard question

Think of a number which will create 98 when your number is divided by 6 and times it by 3 and take away 1 and add 2.

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wait I misread the calculation you are correct

Noah Hafner - 2 months ago

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The answer is 194.

To check whether 194 is correct or not let's do it step wise.

  • First dividing by 6 \(\implies \dfrac{194}{6} = \dfrac{97}{3}\).
  • Next multiplying by 3 \(\implies \dfrac{97}{3} = 97\)
  • Next subtract 1 \(\implies 97 - 1 = 96\)
  • Next add 2 \(\implies 96 + 2 = \boxed{98}\)

Ram Mohith - 2 months ago

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well you have done it incorrectly because your answer creates 96

Noah Hafner - 2 months ago

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Which part of my math below do you disagree with?

Steven Chase - 2 months ago

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@Steven Chase sir everything is correct with you method. The answer is 194.

Ram Mohith - 2 months ago

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How about 194?

Steven Chase - 2 months ago

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close 2 off

Noah Hafner - 2 months ago

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Here is how I interpret your instructions:

\[\frac{x}{6} \times 3 -1 + 2 = 98 \\ \frac{x}{2} + 1 = 98 \\ \frac{x}{2} = 97 \\ x = 194\]

Steven Chase - 2 months ago

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let me check

Noah Hafner - 2 months ago

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Is it possible?

Noah Hafner - 2 months ago

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