can anyone make 3 using two 2's???

ONE ANSWER IS

2^0 + 2=3

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on Friday, July 24, 2009

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can anyone make 3 using two 2's???

ONE ANSWER IS

2^0 + 2=3

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ONE ANSWER IS

2^0 + 2=3

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## 10 comments:

Here you are using a 0 as well. Is that allowed?

How about 2/2 + 2?

integration of 2 under limits 0 and 1/2 + 2 = 3

hi

2 raised to power zero + 2=3

this is the right answer-i believe!

-hima kalia

write a '2' then write a inverted '2' it will resemble a 3 ( but with a tail)

2 + gamma 2

2*2-1=3

2+2-1=3

2/2 + 2 = 3

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