# 6+5 Equals 9

By ppruel, 24th Feb 2011 | Follow this author
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The solution for any given problem is the result from our analysis. By looking on the title, you will not agree what is given. Imagine when you add 6 to 5 the sum is 9. How come? Impossible! But what if I told you that I am right to say it – that after adding five to six, the sum is nine. Will you agree with me?

- Six plus Five is Equals Nine
- Your Solution Will be The Result from Your Analysis.
- The Title Itself is Already The Clue

## Six plus Five is Equals Nine

To support that consider the following:

(1) Analyze the title

(2) What is given on the title?

(3) What is the relationship of each word number given on the title?

(4) What the title means to you?

(5) Does it make sense?

## Your Solution Will be The Result from Your Analysis.

After analyzing on the given problem, you can now start solving it. Through your powerful imagination – you can solve the problem in your mind alone as fast as lightning. You can apply here your expertise on mathematics. You can also apply here what you have learned in your drawing subject. How did you draw your first line? Your solution will be the result from your analysis.

## The Title Itself is Already The Clue

Lastly, the answer will depend on how you analyze on the given problem. The title itself is already the clue. The photo I used here is also a clue. What you will do is to prove it by yourself that when 6 is added to 5 the sum is 9. And tell me your answer. Your answer can be explained in words with your comment – if interested.**Hit Wikinut, Write and Get Paid**.

## Comments

ppruel

26th Feb 2011 (#)

Thanks for the offer dude Sdfwer. If possible become one of our Wikinutters.

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Martin King

25th Feb 2011 (#)

Thanks for the share I enjoyed the read

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ppruel

26th Feb 2011 (#)

Thanks friend Martin. I appreciated it. So, what's your analysis?

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Carol

25th Feb 2011 (#)

Thanks for the fun of this, but not sure I understand the answer.

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ppruel

26th Feb 2011 (#)

Thanks again Ms. Carol. The answer is already on the picture - no hard time to analyse.

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Akhil

31st Jul 2016 (#)

sir how we proved that 6+5=9

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