Originally Posted by MoodyBlues
So the statement is that there are "three words in the English language that end in 'gry.'" Not "there are three words in 'the English language.'" And the question being asked refers to the three words that end in "gry"--"Angry" and "hungry" are two. What's the third?
Unless I'm having a major brain fart (and that's ENTIRELY possible!), it just doesn't make sense.
However, the problem still remains: what is the answer:
An÷gry(2+hungry) = ? and remember, we are talking about an equation that only can be solved in a partial vacuum.
I say it is 12, but I failed InterMath.