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Sorry....geno and rosala.......I guess you haven't seen the latest release from the World Historical Academy of Arts and Technological Sciences of the Upper Peninsula ....otherwise known as (WHAAT'S UP???)

After rigorous proof and peer review, the esteemed gentlemen of the College of Mathematics at this venerated institution have concluded that the sum of 9 + 10 fails to follow established laws of sums and differences. In fact....it is the only sum known to do so. It has been found that this sum only equals * 18 - not 19* - as previously suppposed!!!!

Therefore.......the WebCalc2.0 calculator will be reprogrammed to conform to this finding.......

Also, Dear Questioner......previous responses of "19" to your query are now amended and edited to "18"

Your Humble Servant,

CPhill

CPhill
Oct 11, 2014

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Anonymous , posting this question again n again wont change the answer!it will reamin 19 till the end of this Earth so the answer is 19 , once again!

rosala
Oct 11, 2014

#3**+5 **

Best Answer

Sorry....geno and rosala.......I guess you haven't seen the latest release from the World Historical Academy of Arts and Technological Sciences of the Upper Peninsula ....otherwise known as (WHAAT'S UP???)

After rigorous proof and peer review, the esteemed gentlemen of the College of Mathematics at this venerated institution have concluded that the sum of 9 + 10 fails to follow established laws of sums and differences. In fact....it is the only sum known to do so. It has been found that this sum only equals * 18 - not 19* - as previously suppposed!!!!

Therefore.......the WebCalc2.0 calculator will be reprogrammed to conform to this finding.......

Also, Dear Questioner......previous responses of "19" to your query are now amended and edited to "18"

Your Humble Servant,

CPhill

CPhill
Oct 11, 2014

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CPhill , i dont understand , how can it be 18, have you any proof , i mean like any site showing the proof?

rosala
Oct 11, 2014