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## Summary

27 i think

Sorry,

Please try again…

The number may be 63

I think

I think it’s answer is 64

I guess it will be 12?

There are many solutions

## Solution 1

Below 2 is 2^3 so below 3 is 3^3

## Solution 2

2 powered by his side number = below number so ? Will be 3^2

## Solution 3

2 + 6 = 8 so 3 + 8 = 11 [answer]

## Solution 4

2 + 1 = 3 so 8 + 1 = 9

And many more…

It can be both 12 or 27…

2 3

8 12

here 2×4=8,and so 3×4=12

Or, 2 3

8 27

here 2³=8 and 3³=27

I know that there might be many solutions. But the most logical solution will be approval…

Like you said 2+1=3 so, 8+1=9. It’s very illogical. It can be also, 2+1=3 so, 8+7=15 [n+(n-1)].

But the most logical solution will be approval…

@nazifabd8 @marzuqcesc @nabonitasaha42 @1020304 @sarazaker123

Your solution is too illogical.

Okay listen,

Example problem:

1 4

9 ?

You could say 1 \times 9 = 9 so, 4 \times 9 = 36 or, 1+3=4 so, 9+3=12

But, 1^2=1, 2^2=4, 3^2=9 so, The answer will be 4^2=16

What do you think which answer is most logical? 16.

Like that you have to find a logical answer…

## Summary

2 = 2^1 - 0

3 = 2^2 - 1

8 = 2^3 - 0

? = 2^4 - 1 = 15

Is it logically approvable?

It’s pretty cool But I have 2 much better solutions than your solution…

Try more…

Well,then what’s about this solution:thinking:

2 3

8 ?

2=3¹-1

3=3¹

8=3²-1

?=3² =9

Solution 2:

2 3

8 ?

2=0!+1!

3=1!+2!

8=2!+3!

?=3!+4!=30

I guess this solution maybe more logical from the first one:thinking:

Every solution is ** LOGICAL ** as long as that makes sense.

2+1 = 3 so that 8+1 = 9 can be a answer, and 8+7=15 also can be a answer.

If you can’t identify why one is correct and another is wrong, then there must a problem with your solution, or both of them are correct.

Otherwise, at most you can say, * it is not my solution *.

Oh Great!!!

You have solved it…

Correct Solution:

2=0!+1!

3=1!+2!

8=2!+3!

So, 3!+4!=30

So, the missing number is 30…