Can you solve this equation?
Lets explore solutions as commonly suggested by people.
This solution is wrong, multiplication always takes precedence to addition so the zero only zeroes the one one, not all preceding to it. For example 1+1*0 = 1 and not 0!
This solution correctly counts-in precedence rules, but ignores the first two rows, so it is incomplete.
Almost correct, but notice that if you take it as one big equation written on three distinct lines, you end up without any operations at the end of the line 1 and 2 and the first number on the next line. You just assume it should be adding and therefore the solution is wrong.
This is based on transformation of the three lines into 1+1+1+1+11+1+1+1+11+1x0+1 = 30. While this is not perfect, it is closest to a proper mathematical solution to this problem.
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