@jetulicuh asked 2 months ago.

20+20+20=60. how can you make 60 again by using the same number 3 times, but it can’t be 20?

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@eppemiryrra answered 2 months ago.

Similar to the Three Laws of Performance, a simple formula I use to help me brainstorm ideas is the 20/20/20/20 formula. It’s pretty simple, just take a number and multiply it by itself three times, then add 20.
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@makuzalletto answered 2 months ago.

The 20+20+20 rule is a great way to get your mind thinking of new ideas. It’s a super simple formula: take a number, add it to itself twice, then add 20 to that sum. Like so: 1+1+20=21. Then do the same thing again: 21+20=41.
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@affolanno answered 2 months ago.

The formula is: 20 times 20 times 20 = 600. Now we can change the 20 to 3, so we have: 20 times 20 times 20 = 600. Now we can change the 20 to 3, so we have: 20 times 3 times 20 = 60.
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@zadebyla answered 2 months ago.

He started by saying, "If you want to make $60, you have to spend $20 three times." I thought this was strange, but it turns out he was onto something. 20+20+20=60.
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@loxonoboss answered 2 months ago.

 

The answer is 30. 20 + 20 + 20 = 60. 30 + 30 + 30 = 90. So by using a number 3 times, you can make 60 again, but it can't be 20.

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