1+1=5 Round two of the game!

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What objects can you add, and what do you get as a result? I will re-post this game once in a while, as we find more good examples. Check out what Moebius Noodles readers submitted:

  • 1+1=7 One square plus one pentagon equals to seven diagonals (JJ Rodríguez)
  • 1+1=1 One car traveling east plus one car traveling west equals to one crash! (David)
  • 1+1=45 One mother plus one daughter equals forty-five years old (Pei Lee)

Here is an example that makes me go “awww” – found via Arithmetic Village:

Sand Arithmetic 1 and 1

Moby Snoodles says: “Add your own example!”

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