(COMPETITION FINISHED) Crack the Codes and win tons of Gold bars!

13567

Comments

  • kaiser1618kaiser1618 Posts: 142 ✭✭✭
    Using basic maths we get 30, using order from left to right wihout following this rule would be wrong.
  • Boognish_RisingBoognish_Rising Posts: 26 ✭✭
    30
  • Jelly JennyJelly Jenny Posts: 1,892 Community Moderator
    Hey everyone! :waving: 

    When you have all 14 codes, make sure you have posted the code here to be the Community mastermind! :awesome: 

    New to Candy Crush Saga or Community? Check out Beginner's Corner here!
    New competition in Candy Crush Saga! Check it out here!
    New Superstar competition in Blossom Blast Saga here! 
  • ElsaElsa Posts: 19,921 Superstar
    @Jelly Jenny we can't post the total score because it's not open to add your comments.
  • LimLim Posts: 4,779 Legend
    Thanks for your information! @Jelly_Jenny 😊
    I have answered all of the total numbers are my final answer code just now! 😉

    💎🌟 Hello! I am Diamond Diaries Expert Player. I just like Charlie the helpful bird to help you pass any level and Lucy to complete Bernadetta's mission everywhere! 🌟💎

    💎✨I am shining like a diamond!✨💎

    💎💠 Diamond Diaries Saga 💠💎

    How many levels?: 995 levels currently! 

    ** Remember 15 new levels will released every two Thursdays **

    Use your finger to link the charms! Sassy!


  • Jelly JennyJelly Jenny Posts: 1,892 Community Moderator
    Elsa said:
    @Jelly Jenny we can't post the total score because it's not open to add your comments.
    It's fixed now! Many thanks for raising this :+1:


    New to Candy Crush Saga or Community? Check out Beginner's Corner here!
    New competition in Candy Crush Saga! Check it out here!
    New Superstar competition in Blossom Blast Saga here! 
  • PummyRajPummyRaj Posts: 5,053 Superstar
    edited June 17
    Hello @Jelly Jenny,



    1) 10 + 10 + 10 = 30;
    2) 10 + 10 + 2 = 22;
    3) 2 + 2 + 50 = 54;
    4) 50 - (10 x 2) = 30 (my final answer)
  • IrenkaIrenka Posts: 61 ✭✭✭
    30 will be the answer
  • Crimson_DawnCrimson_Dawn Posts: 1,917 Superstar
    Hey, everyone! I'm changing my answer to 30!
                                                                        


    Are you new to Candy Crush Saga or the King Community? Check out the Beginners Corner here!
    https://community.king.com/en/candy-crush-saga/categories/beginner-s-corner
  • bearwithmebearwithme Posts: 3,495 Superstar
    edited June 18
    My answer is 30

    "Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart." - Winnie the Pooh

    Be sure to come check out the  Beginner's Corner
  • phi1arphi1ar Posts: 156 ✭✭✭
    edited June 20
    There are no brackets so I think it has to be solved from left to right making the answer 80.


    The basic common knowledge, even you don't go to school제니퍼리
    50 - 5 X 2 = 30 
    12 + 5 x 2 = 22
    When solving a problem, multiplication and division always take precedence over addition and subtraction.

    Comments
    phi1ar Posts: 126✭✭✭

    *edited by CM - off topic*


    ex)
     6 + 10 X 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 34

    (6 +10) x 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 40

     6 + 10 x 2 + 10 / (2 + 3) = 28

     6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / 2 + 3 = 69

     6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / (2 + 3) = 30

    (6 + 10) x (2 + 10) / (2 + 1) = 64

    • Chicken SlayerPosts: 9,011Superstar
      I got a high exam result in GCSE French. The most I can remember is Je suis desole, Sa va (and response) s'il vous plait and je m'appelle now and a couple of German phrases. 
      I also passed several exams in office skills a few years ago but seeing as I don't have office at home, I rarely use it so have forgotten most of it. 
      See where I am going with this haha. You don't have to be weak at maths just because you're English. My son is doing A level maths atm and all but one of my children are excellent at maths. we suspect the youngest takes after her dad for having the dyslexia version of maths but they are both very arty and creative. 
      Unless you use things a lot you tend to forget them, and as I don't use more than addition and subtraction regularly..I've forgotten everything I knew 30 years ago  


  • flew66flew66 Posts: 1,775 Legend
    80
    "It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing dreams." - Gabriel García Márquez


  • Stefan_BStefan_B Posts: 59 ✭✭
    My answer is 30! Tricky with multiplication!
  • ruiva001ruiva001 Posts: 103 ✭✭✭
    edited June 18
  • 21398554802139855480 Posts: 21 ✭✭
    edited June 20
    flew66 said:
    80
    The basic common knowledge, even you don't go to school
    50 - 5 X 2 = 30  not 80
    12 + 5 x 2 = 22  not 34
    When solving a problem, multiplication and division always take precedence over addition and subtraction.


    Comments
    phi1ar said  
    It's not discriminatory, 
    People in English are generally weak in math

    ex) 

    6 + 10 X 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 34

    (6 +10) x 2 + 10 / 2 + 3 = 40

     6 + 10 x 2 + 10 / (2 + 3) = 28

     6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / 2 + 3 = 69

     6 + 10 x (2 + 10) / (2 + 3) = 30

    (6 + 10) x (2 + 10) / (2 + 1) = 64


    Chicken slayer

    I got a high exam result in GCSE French. The most I can remember is Je suis desole, Sa va (and response) s'il vous plait and je m'appelle now and a couple of German phrases. 
    I also passed several exams in office skills a few years ago but seeing as I don't have office at home, I rarely use it so have forgotten most of it. 
    See where I am going with this haha. You don't have to be weak at maths just because you're English. My son is doing A level maths atm and all but one of my children are excellent at maths. we suspect the youngest takes after her dad for having the dyslexia version of maths but they are both very arty and creative. 
    Unless you use things a lot you tend to forget them, and as I don't use more than addition and subtraction regularly..I've forgotten everything I knew 30 years ago   ~I got a high exam result in GCSE French. The most I can remember is Je suis desole, Sa va (and response) s'il vous plait and je m'appelle now and a couple of German phrases.
    I also passed several exams in office skills a few years ago but seeing as I don't have office at home, I rarely use it so have forgotten most of it.
    See where I am going with this haha. You don't have to be weak at maths just because you're English. My son is doing A level maths atm and all but one of my children are excellent at maths. we suspect the youngest takes after her dad for having the dyslexia version of maths but they are both very arty and creative.
    Unless you use things a lot you tend to forget them, and as I don't use more than addition and subtraction regularly..I've forgotten everything I knew 30 years ago.

    Thank you for the reminder though, I am not trawling though threads to find my answers again haha. 

Sign In or Register to comment.

Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

Categories

Leaderboard

This Week's Leaders