# Think of any number add 25 to it then subtract the number you thought of and square the result. What is the answer?

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Think of any number add 25 to it then subtract the number you thought of and square the result. What is the answer?
posted Aug 22, 2015

625
(x + 25 - x)^2 = 25^2 = 625

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If i think the no. Is 6
So 6+25=31
Now 31-6= 25..
Sqr of 25 =625

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My no = 3
Total = 3+25 = 28
Sub (-3) = 28-3 = 25
Squaring = 25^2 = 625

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This is not a complicated one and 25 remains always standard and so is the answer 625

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