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You truly are dense even the average school kid over here gives this problem as go and use the very information as stated
Show this thread to any mathematitian, and they'll tell you which one of us is "dense". But you'll never do that, being the pathetic ciward you are.
Maybe you could invent a new form of math to help you solve what you cannot solve
maybe but you'll never be able to even comrehend the wording of the problems which I cannot solve.
It's keeping you awake isn't it Big -Oaf ?
Still talking to your dad there, are you methanol? What's keeping him awake? Did you steal his knickers again?
You seem to have extreme difficulty in answering a simply stated question
The question isn't simply stated because you've failed to mention WHAT THE BASE OF CALCUSUS IS
Decimal is not the only base
there's binary, octadecimal, hexadecimal - just listing what's used in computers.
But yes, unlike you - I've answered the question. I can get these numbers to add to 100 in base 12. And it's impossible in ANY other base. You don't have the wits to understand my proof, well that's your problem.