6 + 4 =9 how is it possible
how this addition is possible
something goofy like
Ha! Richard's answer is way better.
Can we say it is possible when one wrongly calculates the addition? :)
It's possible if your Pentium chip is a beta-release version?
it's kind of lame but all i can think is if that this would be result of a system that can only express values externally as rounded integers but the underlying values can maintain their true value
6 + 3 + 1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3
A spin on johnny's answer is the baseball answer.
only if there exists a wrong calculation, 6+4 could be equal to 10. why think so hard on an obvoius thing ;-)
Easy. You're using a number system other than the integers/naturals, and you've defined addition that way.
You've overloaded the + operator in a non-standard way.
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