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Q: In what base does 2 plus 3 equals 10?

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1 plus 1 equals 1 (in Boolean logic) 1 plus 1 equals 10 (in base 2)

Only when you are counting in Base 4. When counting in Base 10, 2 + 2 would equal 4.

If 2 + 3 = 5 = 10(base 5), then 9 + 7 = 16 = 31(base 5).

When you are counting in base 4. Or possibly when the "plus" operation is defined in an unusual manner.

Expressed as a sum in base 2:11 + 10 = 101

This will be in binary arithmetic, i.e. base 2 arithmetic.

Uhhh . . let me guess . . . 2+3 = 10 if you're using Base 5 math?

Since 2 plus 4 is not 10, the "if" statement is false. Given a false "if", logically, 9 + 2 can equal anything you like.

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It equals 10

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10 plus 10 equals 20 20 divide by 10 equals 2 2 plus 10 equals 12

2 plus 8 equals 10

2 plus 8 equals 10.

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If I am correct, 9 plus 7 equals 112.

In base six arithmetic: 16 + 26 + 36 = 106 Another contributor's answer: 3+2+1 = 10

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It is not magic. While incorrect in "base ten", the eqauation is correct in binary numbers (base two). The sum 1+1=10 because the value "10" (base two) is equal to 2 in base ten.