A ROMANesque equation : reopened

Posted by: CanukDenis

A ROMANesque equation : reopened - 12/31/12 12:11 PM

Using Pandora's first one: II * VII = XIV

Move one match (or line) on both sides of
the = sign and end up with a new correct
equation. "Move" does not mean throw away:
simply means rearrange as you see fit:
like, X can become a V by moving one line...
Posted by: CanukDenis

Re: A ROMANesque equation a-la-Pandora - 01/01/13 12:26 PM

Day#1 clue: one of the I's is "moved" such
that it become a division sign: /
As example: XXIII(23) changed to XX/II(10)
Posted by: manxman

Re: A ROMANesque equation a-la-Pandora - 01/01/13 12:29 PM

II*sqrt I = X/V move an I on the left to a horizontal position over the other I to form a sqrt sign newyear
Posted by: CanukDenis

Re: A ROMANesque equation a-la-Pandora - 01/01/13 12:37 PM

Perfecto Manxman!
II * VT = X / V
Posted by: CanukDenis

Re: A ROMANesque equation a-la-Pandora - 01/01/13 04:42 PM

Just realised there is at least another solution.

What zit?
Posted by: Johnny K

Re: A ROMANesque equation a-la-Pandora - 01/03/13 10:29 PM

II * VII = XIV

I * X/II = X-V yes
Posted by: CanukDenis

Re: A ROMANesque equation a-la-Pandora - 01/04/13 01:14 AM

Nope: you made 2 moves on left side; only 1 per side allowed...
Posted by: Johnny K

Re: A ROMANesque equation a-la-Pandora - 01/04/13 02:10 AM

II * VII = XIV

I * X/II = X-V

I put the I on the \ of \/II rah
Posted by: CanukDenis

Re: A ROMANesque equation a-la-Pandora - 01/04/13 07:08 AM

Ahhh...real cute!

I was looking for: I * VI-I = X-V

There's another one, but a bit of a stretcher:
(i represent a line placed vertically but lower)
I * iVII = iXV
1 * 1^7 = 1^15