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# In the addition shown above, what is the value of m+n a.

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In the addition shown above, what is the value of m+n
a. тАУ19
b. 4
c. 5
d. 6
e. 22
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02 Nov 2005, 14:56
It's C.

From the table, we know:
m+n= (4+z) + (y+e) = 4+z+y+e
y+4=-5
z+e=10

But m+n= 4+z+y+e = (y+4)+(z+e) = -5+10 = 5

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03 Nov 2005, 05:47
nakib77 wrote:
In the addition shown above, what is the value of m+n
a. â€“19
b. 4
c. 5
d. 6
e. 22

Its C - 5.

X = -3, y = -9, e = 10, f = 5, n = 1, z=0, m = 4

m+n = 5

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03 Nov 2005, 08:45
Could someone *please* explain what kind of an addition this is...I don't understand it at all...

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04 Nov 2005, 01:37
mohish wrote:
Could someone *please* explain what kind of an addition this is...I don't understand it at all...

Here it is.

From the question we could make the following equn.
4 + x = 1;4 + y = -5;4 +z = m
e + x = 7;e+y=n;e+z=10
f+x=2,f+y=-4;f+z=5

Now solving these equations you could get the values for the variables, and adding m+5 would give the result.

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