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if 3+4=21 , 5+6=55 , 2+7=18 then 6+8=?

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if 3+4=21 , 5+6=55 , 2+7=18 then how much is 6+8=?

posted Aug 17, 2016 by Дориан Нефилим

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4 Solutions

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Thanks for the query.

The answer should be 84.

The equations are in the format of Sum of the two numbers * the first number.
So, 3 +4 => Sum of the numbers * the first number = 7*3 = 21
Similarly the others.

Therefore, 6 + 8 => 14*6 = 84

solution Aug 18, 2016 by Indranil Datta
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6+8=14
14*6=84
so 84 is the answer.

solution Aug 22, 2016 by Divya Nb
0 votes

14x6=84
`6+8=14

solution Mar 21 by Prabhakara Reddy
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Answer is 84
The logic behind is:
sum of 2 numbers(first no. and second no.) * first number = result
3+4=21
=>> (3+4) * 3 = 7 * 3 = 21
5+6=55
=>> (5+6) * 5 = 11 * 5 = 55
2+7=18
=>> (2+7) * 2 = 9 * 2 = 18
6+8=84
=>> (6+8) * 6 = 14 * 6 = 84

solution Mar 21 by Vigneshvari
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