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## Ansswer Was--- 1day + 3hours+3 hours= 30 hours. Or 1+3+3 equals to 30.

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1+5+9+15=30

ReplyDelete1+7+9+13=30

1+5+11+13=30

Not Polssible because sum of any 3 odd number cannot be even

ReplyDelete15+13+(5-3)

ReplyDelete13.5+11.5+5=30

ReplyDeleteOr simply (15)+(15)+(15-15)=30

13.5 +11.5+5=30

ReplyDeleteNt possible

ReplyDeleteThat's not possible... Because odd+odd+odd=should be a odd number... So this question is wrong...

ReplyDelete15+9+6=30

ReplyDeleteBy rotating the 9 it looks as 6.

3! + (3+1)! = 6+24 = 30

ReplyDelete15+13+(3-1)=30

ReplyDelete13+11+3!

ReplyDeleteit must be in the form of A+B+C=300

ReplyDeleteAll are odd numbers, 3odd numbers can't addup to 30 an even no.

ReplyDeleteIt has no answer

ReplyDeleteCan A, B,C must be just no ??

ReplyDeleteCan A, B,C must be just no ??or it can be formed by combination of different operators ??

ReplyDeleteOr It could be as 15 15 (a-a)

ReplyDeleteWhere "a" can be any of these numbers

Bro....

ReplyDeleteWe have give only 3 space... not 4

And all of u have to choose no. From given numbers..

And pls... comnt ans fast

There are only three places .

ReplyDelete13.5 + 11.5 + 5 = 30

ReplyDeleteOr It could be as 15 15 (a-a)

ReplyDeleteWhere "a" can be any of these numbers

3!+5+1

ReplyDelete3! (3! 1!)

ReplyDeleteIt has no answer

ReplyDeleteBecause u had given all odd number & the answer is even number it is not possible to express like this.

But by factorial method it is possible

Not possible, since RHS is odd and LHS is even.

ReplyDeleteAll are odd no so when we add a+B+c it can't be even no as 30 it's waste of time

ReplyDelete(1+3+5+5)+(-7-9-11)+(13+15+15)=30

ReplyDeleteFinished....

no As i already said It should be A+B+C form

ReplyDeleteOdd +Odd = even

ReplyDeleteAnd even+odd=odd.

So 30 is not possible

(15-1)+(13-1)+(5-1)=30...convert the underscore into minus and use the brackets....

ReplyDelete13.5+11.5+5

ReplyDelete#admin......

ReplyDeleteAll member who participated in DT Game .... are inform that our ans will as per UPSC official xam solution paper...

no not perfect method

ReplyDelete11+13+3!=30

ReplyDeleteReally.... it is 100% wrong....

ReplyDeleteThere is no !(iota) available in given numbers

ReplyDelete(5-9)+(13-1)+(15-1) =30

ReplyDeleteBut this is one of the method right?

ReplyDelete11+13+7 =30

ReplyDelete1.3 + 13.7 + 15

ReplyDelete3!+9+15=30

ReplyDeleteNo ans possible

ReplyDelete11 + 13 + 3! = 30

ReplyDelete3! = 3*2*1 =6

=> 3! + (3+1)! = 6+24 = 30

ReplyDelete(11-1)+(11-1)+(11-1)=30

ReplyDeletewhat about my answer?

ReplyDeleteBro 15+9+6=30

ReplyDeleteReverse the 9 so that it became 6

11+13+3!

ReplyDelete(11-1)+(13-3)+(15-5)=30

ReplyDelete9+(9+9)+3=30

ReplyDelete(11-1)+(13-3)+(15-5)

ReplyDelete15+()+15 = 30

ReplyDelete() looks like zero?

3! + 15 + 11

ReplyDelete15+15+_=30

ReplyDelete3! + 13 + 11..

ReplyDelete(11-1)+(13-3)+(15-5)=30

ReplyDelete1 year +13 months+5 months=30 months

ReplyDeleteif we think in this way we can do it ...

YES IT IS POSSIBLE.... EVEN WE CAN DO IT IN OTHER WAYS ALSO

1 DAY+5 HOURS+1 HOUR= 30 HOURS

HERE IT IS....

Three Odd number's sum cant be an even numbe4.

ReplyDelete+15+15=30....

ReplyDeleteSo simple....

_+15+15=30

ReplyDeleteThe answer is

ReplyDelete(15 - 9) + (13 - 7) + (7 - 1) + (9 - 1) + (13 - 9)

If you calculate it, you will get

6 + 6 + 6 + 8 + 4 = 30

Final ans.

ReplyDelete1day + 3hours+3 hours= 30 hours. Or 1+3+3 equals to 30.

9 + 3! + 15 =30

ReplyDeleteIn the form of A+B+C= 30 as admin said ,

ReplyDeleteSolutions to Fill the boxes.

I use all numbers one time.

1+3+5+7+9+11+13+15 = 64

64-30 = 34. 34/2 = 17

a+b+c=17 . a = 3, b = 5, c = 9 The boxes are A, B and C.

One solution is A [15+1 -3] +B [13+7 -5] +C [11 - 9] = 30

There are a lot of solutions!

Another solution is : a=1, b= 3, c = 13 A [5+7 - 1] + B [9 - 3] +C [15+11 - 13] = 30.

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(11-1)+(13-3)+(15-5)=30

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ReplyDeleteAnswer is

ReplyDelete1day + 3hours+3 hours= 30 hours. Or 1+3+3 equals to 30.

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ReplyDelete15+15+1=30+1

ReplyDeleteMust watch the question once again.

ReplyDeleteIt have " => ".

That simbol says greater than or equal to 30

So, 15+15+1=30.

No it is equals only not greater than also we have got the winnee

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ReplyDeleteShare the link of this page

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