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That is very similar to my husband's response (he is right-handed) and very step by step. He saw the answer for the first one in a few seconds, but did not get the second one.
DON BALDERAS says
I am so interested in brain function, and where ideas come from and why people think differently. Look at the two false equations I put above and see if you can Move One Line to make each equation true. Is one easier for you to figure out?
Dr Freddie Haddox says
Dr. Haddox, great answer. I asked my mother this yesterday and she found first one fast but couldn't think for second one. I said sleep on it. (She is right-handed). You are first leftie I've heard from who solved first one quicker.
Thank you edhan!
IV = III + III
Both equations are wrong, but can both be made true by moving one line.
III = III + III
(Most people I've asked have found one much easier than the other). I can guess which one will be easier for you, but let me know!
I had answered under one of the other responses. But I don't see it now. Anyway, IV = III + III BECOMES VI = III + III.
Can't figure out the other one.
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