4 thoughts on “What’s 9 and 5?”

  1. I think, assuming the full question: (The sum of) 9 and 5 is/are 14,” it would be “is,” because “sum” is singular, even though it isn’t part of the sentence, so it determines the “is” or “are.” And if that doesn’t make any sense, someone could always post this comment on englishfail.

  2. The turtle says “and”, not “plus”. Bit-wise “and” of 9 and 5 is 1: 1001 & 101 == 1

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