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If 1=5; 2=10; 3=15; 4=20 then what is 5 equal to?

It's definitely not 25..!!!

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It's definitely 25 A+! Yeah!

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Agree!
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If we assume a=b, then according to commutative law b=a.
SO IF 1=5 then 5=1...

SIMPLE :)
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How is it not 25?

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It is 1. 1=5 so 5 =1
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Yes, it should be 25 absolutely!
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If we assume a=b, then according to commutative law b=a.
SO IF 1=5 then 5=1...

SIMPLE :)
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It can't be 25 because 1=5? What it should be then?

I think it should be 25, because the number at the left of the "=" is different with the number at the right of the "=". For example, 1 Dollar=5 Cents; 2 Dollars=10 Cents; 3 Dollars=15 Cents; 4 Dollars=20 Cents, and 5 Dollars should be 25 Cents.

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If we assume a=b, then according to commutative law b=a.
SO IF 1=5 then 5=1...

SIMPLE :)
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the numbers on the right of "=" and the left of "=" should be different, it is right to tell 1=5, but it is not right to tell 5=1, otherwise it can be meanless in our real life.
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if 1=5, then 5=1+1+1+1+1 =5+5+5+5+5=1+1+1+1+1+1.......+1=5+5+5+5+5........+5

it will never have any meaning.
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Yes of course it doesn't have any meaning because it is an riddle.
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