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## 1 = 10?

Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.

 Puzzle ID: #36721 Fun: (2.55) Difficulty: (1.21) Category: Logic Submitted By: tedger

What can you add to both 1 and 10 to make them equal?

A decimal point.

Adding a "." makes each a decimal (.1 and .10 which are equal).

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 rehtaeh May 24, 2007 yay first comment.... Great teaser boodler May 24, 2007 or 1 and 1.0? solarsistim321 May 24, 2007 Yeah I was thinking the same, boodler. googoogjoob May 24, 2007 You could add a an exponent zero to each, making each equal 1. sports_freak May 24, 2007 YAY GOT IT spookboy0 May 25, 2007 It couldn't be boodler's answer because you didn't add anything to the 1. Anyway, loved it. Hummingbird1 May 25, 2007 I got a math question right!!! jamy400 May 26, 2007 I didn't get it at first but as soon as I saw the answer I got it! breathesunshine May 26, 2007 I added a zero to the right of 1 and a zero to the left of 10, making them both 10. chickenzRcool May 27, 2007 Yeah I got it! ;-) Great teaser ;-) Phoenixtears Jun 04, 2007 Happy to have gotten it and had fun along the way. Thanks! King_of_Smart Jul 16, 2007 That was WAAAAAAAAAAAYY too easy! Although, superb teaser. spinnercat Jul 20, 2007 I think this should go as a trick rather than logic. (user deleted) Aug 10, 2007 aw i missed that one, clever though Fhempen Aug 19, 2007 oh...i thought u added a zero to the end of "1" and 10+0=10 so 1 became 10 and 10 is still 10. so my answer was "add zero". oh well ! great teaser! Icecream-Queen Oct 20, 2007 Great teaser. instead I put the decimal in back of the one and in the middle of the ten. (1. and 1.0) But works either way! mikster678 Feb 01, 2008 lol, great one dont coltonr1 Jul 14, 2008 Superb javaguru Mar 18, 2009 I like the teaser, but this isn't a logic problem.