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1 /2^12 + 2/2^12 + 3/2^14 + 4/2^15 = ? 1: ^10 2: ^12 3:

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1 /2^12 + 2/2^12 + 3/2^14 + 4/2^15 = ?

1: ½^10
2: ½^12
3: 15/2^15
4: 2/2^10
5: 23/2^16

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New post 30 Sep 2008, 00:37
vr4indian wrote:
1 /2^12 + 2/2^12 + 3/2^14 + 4/2^15 = ?

1: ½^10
2: ½^12
3: 15/2^15
4: 2/2^10
5: 23/2^16


I am getting 17/2^14

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New post 30 Sep 2008, 00:56
i got 17/2^14 as well

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New post 30 Sep 2008, 02:23
vr4indian, I think there is typo in your question. Could you please check?

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