In real 101 = 102 - 1

so solution is take one - from = and put it over -

Other solution would be move 2 as power of 10 i.e.

101-10^2=1

The equation shown below is not correct:

26 - 63 = 1

Can you make the equation correct by moving just one digit?

A messy kid wrote a multiplication problem.

Alice saw: 100x6 Josh saw: 101×6 Dan saw: 102×9

Each one only misread one digit. What is the answer to the real problem?

Which set of numbers would most logically fill in the blanks in the following series? 101, 99, 102, 98, 103, 97, _ , _ ,105, 95, 104, 94 (a) 101 98 (b) 104 96 (c) 106 99 (d) none of these

Please provide your reasoning also?