The numbers 50 + 50 + 50 represent the left side of a basic arithmetic operation. It is an addition problem in which the first number is called the augend. The next two numbers are being added to the augend and are called addends.

You can tell it is an addditon problem because of the "plus" symbols between the numbers. If there were an "equal" symbol after the last number, you would know that these are all the numbers needed in this problem to derive the answer or sum.

Although addition problems are commutative in that it doesn't matter which number is added to any other number first, it's good practice to understand that there are names for the positions of numbers in all arithmetic operations.

You are serious, right? Otherwise, you must be in second grade, and if that is the case, you are too young to be on this site.

50 + 50 are 100. Add another 50 to that, and you have 150. You should add it by listing the three 50's in a vertical line, adding the the three zeroes on the right to get a zero, and adding the three 5's together on the left to get 15.

Am I really reading this? Wouldn't a calculator have answered this question faster than it took you to type it out?

Well in case the answer is somehow lost in translation ....... 150 is answer you're looking for.

That is all.

Obviously 150 but it could be $1.50 , $150 dollars or many other forms of currency each when converted to a common currency are different anount.

or even a wager between 2 golfers for the front nine, back nine and the 18.

If I add them together they equal 150. But if you say "a buck fifty" it can mean a really good deal. If you say it to someone when you're selling something, it can be slang for $1,500.

...52 answers and they all agree except for the more imaginative ones. What is the attraction of answering a simple arithmetical problem. Have you folks got nothing better to do?

...Thank you for asking this equation.

50 + 50 + 50 =

50 + 50 + 50 = 100 + 50

100 + 50 = 150

Therefore, the answer is 150.

50+50+50 = 150 or you can take this as multiplying 50 times 3 so that would equal 150 as well.

50+50+50 = 150

50 x 3 = 150

50 + 50 + 50 = 150

a good program to use is wolfram alpha found by googling "wolfram alpha" or a nearby handy calculator

Since the answer to the ultimate question, life, the universe and everything is 42 this is probably the correct answer in some base.

...In base 10, the sum is 150.

If you consider 50 as a hexadecimal (base 16) integer, then the sum is F0 in base 16. :)

150 is you answer, as you have already heard from many others. 50+50 is 100, add another 50 and your have 150.

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