A maths question

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  1. tusharlovesrafa

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    5+3=28
    9+1=810
    8+6=214
    5+4=19
    then,7+3=?
    I HOPE u can solve it for me,plus tell me how did you arrive at that solution!!:)
     
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  2. tusharlovesrafa

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    got it!! the answer is 410...
     
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    410.

    Add the two numbers as usual, then put the difference of them in the front.
     
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    NY Yankees: 1927, 1936 and 1961.

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  5. kidbourbon

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    410


    I promise I didn't look past the OP.
    And this was really easy.
     
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    ok ok I know..:)..I will need to brush up my mental maths skill.
     
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    I came here expecting a 48รท2(9+3) = type question.
     
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