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# Prove 10 + 10 = 26

• Chuck Norris can divide by zero.

Chuck Norris counted to infinity -- twice.

Where's the fun in proving 10 + 10 = 26?
• Here's sunshine up your &#12304;&#12484;&#12305; PExer
Let's pretend it's money...

P10+P10=P26
P10=P26-P10
P10=P16
0=P16-P10
0=6

..then somebody came along and took the 6 pesos lying around...

0=0
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easy lang to:

10 (base 16) + 10 (base 10) = 26 (base 10)
0x10 + 10 = 26
16 + 10 = 26
• 10 male + 10 female = 26 org*sms
10 male + 10 female = 26 children
10 women + 10 cars = 26 car crashes
10 PeXers* + 10 Threads = 26 spam posts

* = spammy ones. Not all pexers.
ermonski wrote: »
#include <iostream>
#include <string>

int main()
{
int x = 13, y = 13, z;
z = x + y;
cout << "10";
cout << " + ";
cout << "10";
cout << " = ";
cout << z;
return 0;
}

output:

10 + 10 = 26

so yeah, it is possible

you steal Mon Cold Steve Monski's lines? WHAT?

you dare mock Mon Cold Steve Monski? WHAT?

well you're not Mon Cold Steve Monski aren't you?

EH-EAHH!

you mess with Mon Cold Steve Monski? then I'll kick your ***!

and that's the bottom line, coz Mon Cold said so!

no! no hardcoding
• Or...

10 + 10 = 26

10 (decimal) + 10 (decimal) = 26 (septenary)
20 (decimal) = 26 (septenary)
...convert decimal to septenary
26 (septenary) = 26 (septenary)
ildiavolo wrote: »
easy lang to:

10 (base 16) + 10 (base 10) = 26 (base 10)
0x10 + 10 = 26
16 + 10 = 26

Ang galing mo Ah!!!!!

Pwede din..

10 (base 13) + 10 (base 13) = 26 (base 10)

Very good!!!
Migg_D wrote: »
Or...

10 + 10 = 26

10 (decimal) + 10 (decimal) = 26 (septenary)
20 (decimal) = 26 (septenary)
...convert decimal to septenary
26 (septenary) = 26 (septenary)

Pwede din!!!!

Very good!!! ang galing!!!
• Migg_D wrote: »
10 male + 10 female = 26 org*sms
10 male + 10 female = 26 children
10 women + 10 cars = 26 car crashes
10 PeXers* + 10 Threads = 26 spam posts

* = spammy ones. Not all pexers.

we have a winner.*okay*

maccie wrote: »
Ang galing mo Ah!!!!!

Pwede din..

10 (base 13) + 10 (base 13) = 26 (base 10)

Very good!!!

huh? anong magaling? BaB already mentioned this last page, bat sya, walang galing?

edit: or the others here?
• Originally Posted by ermonski
#include <iostream>
#include <string>

int main()
{
int x = 13, y = 13, z;
z = x + y;
cout << "10";
cout << " + ";
cout << "10";
cout << " = ";
cout << z;
return 0;
}

output:

10 + 10 = 26

:rotflmao:

lupet ng logic at string handling. wala bang Ruby on Rails version?:glee:
Krayon wrote: »

hindi accepted yung kay ermonski nag hardcode sya
Krayon wrote: »
huh? anong magaling? BaB already mentioned this last page, bat sya, walang galing?

edit: or the others here?

hardcoding din kay Bab

he represented 10 = 13

it is unaccepted
• wag ka ng mag-explain kay Krayon, walang alam sa programming yan.:glee:
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WTF is this? impulse101 wrote: »
WTF is this? the numbers we are using are base 10 i.e. 1+2=3, 75+25=100 etc

pero ang numbers madaming base yan... base 1, 2, 3 and so on....

Wait lang, tinuturo yan sa 3rd yr High School Math ah.. so everyone should know this.....
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maccie wrote: »
the numbers we are using are base 10 i.e. 1+2=3, 75+25=100 etc

pero ang numbers madaming base yan... base 1, 2, 3 and so on....

Wait lang, tinuturo yan sa 3rd yr High School Math ah.. so everyone should know this.....

ah ganon pala yan? wala ako matandaan nung 3rd Yr HS pa ako regarding this. I'm just sleeping in class during math subject. I hate math. sorry hindi ko alam to :rotflmao:
• maccie wrote: »
Prove 10 + 10 = 26

first, assume 10=the natural number 10 and 26 = the natural number 26.

Divide by it's inverses.

10 / (1/10) + 10 (1/10) = 26/ (1/26) = 200=676 FALSE

10 / (1/10) + 10 (1/10) = 20/ (1/20) = 200 = 400 FALSE
• ITT: People think adding numbers other than base 10 makes them smart.

By the way, here's the catch to the OP's question: What's your point? It's utterly stupid to state something like this and yet doesn't even have any valuable information that we can use and discuss.

It's just math circlejerking without any useful theories to be gained from at all.