One unsolved Puzzle.
I think last post was in wrong category
One of my friend have asked this question last day.
break "20" into 6 different numbers, the number you'll select will not be double.
__ + __ + __ + __ + __ + __ = 20
put words in this __ . blank place
1) You cannot use any word two times.
e.g. 1+2+3+4+5+5=20 it is correct but 5 is double time. so it will not acceptable.
2) word will not in minus (-)
3) You can use number between 1 to 15.
4) Do not use 0 (zero).
If it is impossible, give me the reason too...
the combination of numbers which gives the minimimum value for their summation would be (1,2,3,4,5,6)
so the sum of these numbers are equal to 21
so any combination would give a result which is equal or greater than 21
so there cannot be an answer
Any good reason to say it is impossible..
Again, this does not sound like a "puzzle" to me...
Originally Posted by whyonlyme