Originally Posted by orlok
Ok, in keeping with the maths questions of late, here's one that combines numbers AND letters...
Some letter blocks have been put together to spell out the following sum:
ONE + TWELVE = THIRTEEN
Using all these blocks, rearrange some of them to get a different sum, which is also correct.
Then replace the I with the E and insert another "+" block. By rearranging the blocks again, once more another correct result can be achieved.
Can you find the two new versions of the equations?
If this is actually supposed to be different addends and not a different sum, the answers are 2 + 11 = 13 and 2 + 11 = 3 + 10. If you did mean different sum, then I don't know.