# Is there any possible way to make 2+2=5?

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• 8 years ago

Exceedingly simple. Two brothers are married to two sisters. One of the couples has a baby.

• Anonymous
8 years ago

+1

• 8 years ago

3 people share a hotel room @ \$ 10 each = \$30 total...then the front desk decides to only charge them \$25 for the room. The bell hop is given 5 X \$1 bills to take up to their room but cheats and gives each person \$1 refund and puts \$2 in his pocket. So if each person now has paid \$9 for the room plus the \$2 in the bell hops pocket that = \$9 X 3 = \$27 + \$2 = \$29 where is the other dollar?

• 8 years ago

No. But you can try, 2 + 2 = 5 - 1

• pinet
Lv 4
3 years ago

that is a form of programming code, yet incomplete. it means even as (2+2 = authentic) then 5, a variable receives the cost 5 if 2+2 = authentic, in Perl is any time period which has the effect >=a million authentic and the effect 0=faux, so 2+2 = authentic (in Perl) then a variable that you probably did not aspect out receives the cost 5

• 8 years ago

If you believe in the atheism, you can believe in anything can come from absolutelly nothing (zero), including that 2 + 2 +0= 5.

you see that 0 can magically turn to 1...

You would be WRONG, but, faith in the atheistic logic is about belief, and has nothing to do with truth.

• 8 years ago

No, BUT!

If you believe in the supernatural, you can believe in anything, including that 2 + 2 = 5.

You would be WRONG, but, faith in the Supernatural is about belief, and has nothing to do with truth.

• Nicole
Lv 4
8 years ago

When Richard Dawkins debated creationist Wendy Wright, she claimed that it COULD equal 5, and children should know the controversy that it MIGHT not equal 4.

• Anonymous
8 years ago

I suppose if you could count in base 1.25

then it would go 0 1.25 2.5 3.75 5

Damn that is an odd way to count though but it works and counting in bases is a thing.