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Only 25% Of Internet Users Could Solve This Puzzle. I Bet You Too Can't!

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Only 25% Of Internet Users Could Solve This Puzzle. I Bet You Too Can't!
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What is Love? In math: An Equation. Do you love them? Then definitely this equation will blow your mind. No one is perfect that's why pencils have an eraser. So take your weapons out before this war begins.

Some equations are created so that people can show their anger, frustration to each other in the form of arguments. This equation is one among them. Equation knows how to play with the people's emotions, but for good ideas and true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument, debate.

A new equation is being shared on the web, and it's causing a bit of an uproar. At first glance, it looks quite simple. Regardless, people can't agree on the correct answer.

Can you solve this seemingly impossible math equation?

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Can you solve this equation that is dividing the Internet? At first, it seems easy, right? 

Can you solve this equation that is dividing the Internet? At first, it seems easy, right? 

The equation requires both addition and multiplication. That shouldn't be too difficult, though, right?

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But it gets harder. What's the issue?

But it gets harder. What's the issue?
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Let's start with the first row...

Let's start with the first row...
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The first row is easy. Add it all up and you get 17.

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Most people are arguing about the next part of the equation. Whether to start from the top or bottom?

Most people are arguing about the next part of the equation. Whether to start from the top or bottom?
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If we simply go from left to right, we would add 1 to 11, which is 12. 12 plus one is 13. But if we multiply 13 by 0, wouldn't we just get 0 plus one on the bottom? Sorry guys, this can't be correct. Do you know why?

Beware! Don't scroll too fast if you want to solve it on your own.  

Beware! Don't scroll too fast if you want to solve it on your own.  
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So, what's your answer?