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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsMathematics · 1 decade ago

# Is 2 is to 55, then 6 is to what? This is a tricky analogy.?

Please explain reasoning, only one of the listed answers is correct - 44,9,99, or 33. Thank you.

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• MsMath
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1 decade ago
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99

2 + 3 = 5, so you have 55

6 + 3 = 9 so you have 99

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• 1 decade ago

if 2 equals 55, then 4 is 110 and therefore 6 equals 165. Just my thinking of course . . . Unless you look at it as 2 is 55, 3 is 66, etc... until you get to 6 which is 99. There's several ways to look at it. So the answer is 99 in that case.

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• 1 decade ago

99 because 2--22+33=55

6--66+33=99

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• 1 decade ago

99

if you take 2+3 *11 you get 55

if you take 6+3 *11 you get 99

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• 1 decade ago

Answer is 99

If the old number is X

The new number is (X+3)*10 + (X+3)

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• 1 decade ago

cassy's logic is correct . the answer is 99

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• 1 decade ago

99

because it is two 6s upside down

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• 1 decade ago

math girl is good and i agree that she is right

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