If 11+11 = 4 and 12+12= 9 what does 13+13=?

12 + 12 = 9

13 + 13 = ?

You have to develop a system that explains that first two answers and then apply that system to the third equation. So this question might not have just one right answer...

You can create a system that for example adds up the digits of the numbers and then multiplies like so:

11 + 11 = 4

(1+1) * (1+1) = 4

2 * 2 = 4

12 + 12 = 9

(1+2) * (1+2) = 9

3 * 3 = 9

13 + 13 = ?

(1+3) * (1+3) = ?

4 * 4 = ?

4 * 4 = 16

Answer: 13 + 13 = 16

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