Wang Lin ( 王琳 )

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  1. vixter

    vixter Regular Member

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    No the answer is 12.

    11+1*0=11 so 11+1=12

    If you want the answer to be 1 it must be written with ( )
    (1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1)*0+1=1
     
  2. AlanY

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    from her mini blog;

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  3. Justin L

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    Hint: This puzzle is a trick question, don't just use logic to get the answer.

    So far , nobody has got it right yet in this thread. After some time, I will post the answer here which can be found... (keep in suspense for the time being).:)
     
  4. Qidong

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    The answer is 30. There are no "+" in between the 3 rows.

    So it's 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 11 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 11 + 1 x 0 + 1 = 30
     
  5. Justin L

    Justin L Regular Member

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    Yup, you got it, congratulations.
     
  6. pcll99

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    She is so pretty
     
  7. Qidong

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    IMO, Wang Lin, Ye Zhaoying and Reiko Shiota are the 3 most beautiful female badminton players ever. :)
     
    #1367 Qidong, Mar 27, 2013
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    It's Wang Lin's birthday today (30-March)

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    It's Wang Lin's birthday today (30-March).

    Her blog/facebook have full of well-wishes.
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  9. Justin L

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    Good news.Not only Wang Xin, it's reported that Wang Lin too will be playing in the upcoming China National Games. http://sports.qq.com/a/20130513/012627.htm

    奥运[FONT=宋体]冠军解放军队的李雪芮是头号种子处于上半区,世锦赛冠军上海的王仪涵作为二号种子镇守下半区,李雪芮要想跻身四强,就必须击败卫冕冠军浙江的王琳[/FONT][FONT=宋体]([/FONT][FONT=宋体]微博[/FONT][FONT=宋体] [/FONT]博客[FONT=宋体])[/FONT][FONT=宋体],而在半决赛她很可能遭遇亚运会冠军江苏的王适娴[/FONT][FONT=宋体]([/FONT][FONT=宋体]微博[/FONT][FONT=宋体])[/FONT][FONT=宋体]或者伤愈复出的解放军选手汪鑫[/FONT][FONT=宋体]([/FONT][FONT=宋体]微博[/FONT][FONT=宋体])[/FONT][FONT=宋体]。王仪涵在四强之前的主要对手是刘鑫,半决赛则很可能与内战女皇解放军的蒋燕皎[/FONT][FONT=宋体]([/FONT][FONT=宋体]微博[/FONT][FONT=宋体])[/FONT][FONT=宋体]过招。李雪芮和王仪涵若一路闯关,将会在决赛会师,那样将会续写伦敦奥运决赛的恩怨。[/FONT]
     
  10. zhuangcorp

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    Really? I thought for sure she was going to retire. So she's seriously back training and going to try to make a comeback again?

     
  11. Cheung

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    China National Games is something different. It's once in 4 years and you represent your province (you don't have to be the best in the country). It's very, very important.

    It might not represent a comeback to the international scene.
     
  12. Justin L

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    I really hope to see both of them make a comeback. If they are good enough to play in the China Nat'l Games I should like to think they qualify to be back in the National Team; otherwise in their respective provinces, I'm sure they can find other players strong enough to represent them instead.

    But as we know,it's tough for CHN players and it'll be far-fetched to expect them to be back at their best. Still it's heartening for me just to know they are well and able to continue doing what they love. Indeed, severe injury is the bane of professional players. I can only hope both Wang Lin and Wang Xin have other interests and abilities to fall back on when it's finally time for them to hang up their racquets for good. Meanwhile,let's enjoy and wish them every success on their comeback trails.
     
  13. scorpion1

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    [h=1]Wang Lin calls it quit[/h]http://www.badzine.net/news/wang-lin-calls-it-quit/25931/

    EXCERPTS:

    The 2010 World champion Wang Lin, 24, has decided to leave the National team and go back to her Province in Shanghai because she can’t seem to keep away from injuries, as she explained on her blog on Thursday : “I have injured myself thrice during these 2 and a half years .. . Only I know what I have been going through during this period. I know I have already tried my best but still, the training in the national team is too heavy for my current condition. Hence, i decided to leave, go back to my hometown and focus on my recuperation. I thank all my fans for the encouragement and support!”
    Badzine wishes Wang Lin the very best for the future.
     
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    Sad. Wang Lin is one of the most gifted and prettiest. Sad.
     
  15. madbad

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    A real pity. She had the silkiest of footworks when she first burst on the scene. Not just a pretty face, she will be missed.
     
  16. nokh88

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    Maybe sho only quits national team training. She may be back after her recuperation.
     
  17. rahuldarga

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    Just read the article and rushed here.... Her career finally succumbed to her injuries. CBA should've nursed her a bit better rather than pitting her in regular training regimen, after all she is a World Champion and a human. She is not a dispensable object. I seriously hope she comes back after recuperating better yet emigrate to some european nation to keep her career alive. Quite a few of them are ready open their doors I am sure....
     
  18. Cheung

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    This time it's not nice to be proven correct regarding the 1st paragraph.


    Hope she can do well in a further career!
     
    #1378 Cheung, Jun 14, 2013
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    I hope she has gained enough exposure through badminton for the upper ups in the entertainment industry to recognize her beauty and offer a career there
     
  20. george@chongwei

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    All the best to her in the future. Injury did the damage to her and as an athlete, one have to bear the consequence. A nice lady, hope to meet her in future badminton tournaments if she decide to become a coach:)
     

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