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căn 90 nhân 6 nhân 4

 Aug 28, 2020
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\(90 \times 6 \times 4 = 540 \times 4 = \boxed{2160}\)

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 Aug 28, 2020
edited by MaxWong  Aug 28, 2020
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Hmm...I plugged it into google translate, as I am not fluent in Vietnamese, but this is what it replied:

 

"base 90 times 6 times 4"

 

So...should it be in a different base? Base 90 seems insane, as not many people use it...

ilorty  Aug 28, 2020
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Hi ilorty,

 

I put it into microsoft translator and got:

 

Unit 90 Multiply 6 Employees 4

 

I would interpret this as each of 4 employees got 6 units, where each unit consists of 90 items.  

 

It sometimes pays to use more than one interpreter.  My interpretation may not be right of course. 

But Max interpreted it the same way.

Melody  Aug 28, 2020
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I assume you are the right one! I went online and found a random translator, and it spit out:

 

Unit 90 Multiply 6 Employees 4

 

It's interesting how the word multiply is the same as employee! (but I guess in english, the word "bat" could mean an animal or a baseball stick)

 

I will take your advice!

ilorty  Aug 28, 2020
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I have heard that English has more words than any other language. 

I think this is partly because alternate multiple meaning are less common.

 

I am learning German and one word often has dozens of meanings.

In German, context and grammar much more heavily to convey meaning.

Melody  Aug 29, 2020

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