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Can you solve this?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by Lalad, Jun 26, 2015.

  1. Lalad

    Lalad Star commenter

    Apparently, the older you are, the harder it is...my brother is really annoyed because he still can't work it out and I am older than him!



    8809= 6 3333=0 7111= 0 5555=0

    2172=0 8193=3 6666=4 8096=5

    1111=0 7777=0 3213=0 7662=2

    7756=1 9312=1 6855=3 0000=4

    2581=?
     
  2. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    Yes = 1
     
  3. Lalad

    Lalad Star commenter

    Nope.
     
  4. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    Nope = 3
     
  5. Lalad

    Lalad Star commenter

    Not quite...it is one of those problems that bugs you until you get it, and then you wonder how on earth it took so long to solve!
     
  6. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    I am aware that 2581=2

    I was indicating that applying the same rule yes=1 and nope=3
     
  7. Lalad

    Lalad Star commenter

    Only if you accept a variation on the rule: if you apply the rule strictly, yes=0 and nope=1
     
  8. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    Hardly a variation. If you don't accept e=1 then why would you accept 9=1
     
  9. GLsghost

    GLsghost Star commenter

    Yes = 2. Easy-peasy! x
     
  10. EcoLady

    EcoLady New commenter

    2581 = 2

    Solved = 3

    EcoLady = 3
     
  11. magic surf bus

    magic surf bus Star commenter

    Google = 4? or 3.5?

    I'd be interested to see evidence that younger children can solve it more quickly. I can see why it's inferred but there's a catch.
     
  12. mandala1

    mandala1 Occasional commenter

    Absolutely no idea.
     
  13. Grandsire

    Grandsire Star commenter

    Hurrah! = 1

    Grandsire = 3
     
  14. marlin

    marlin Star commenter

    The answer is 2

    Two = 1

    marlin = 1
     
  15. Don't tell me ! Ummmmm
     
  16. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    You'd be a 7, lamaddalena.
     
  17. RedQuilt

    RedQuilt Star commenter

    I've given myself a headache trying to work this out. Please, please, please will someone put me out of my misery at some point? [​IMG]
     
  18. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    [​IMG] Even though this 'went the rounds' last year I couldn't remember the answer and had to 'do a search'!

    Oh of course- can see it now! Pre-schoolers are so much more visually aware and into seeing 'shapes' in everything.

    RedQuilt =your name would be 3! (unless you count the half in 'e'? If not -lammadelana would be 6 not 7 Duke of York)
     
  19. dominant_tonic

    dominant_tonic Established commenter

    What would 'I' be???

    I've looked at the difference between certain numbers the multiplying of them, how it is laid out thus ignoring numbers altogether essentially and I can't do it. If it was a musical pattern I would have seen it almost as I were reading it, but these infuriate me because they make no sense to me.

    If this rules can equally be applied to names then the big numbers as numbers are not important. Oh goodness knows.

    What would I be?
     
  20. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    Quite probably.
     

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