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Answer is 54325

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Answer is 54325

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Mia Dhesi says

The first line it 1=5. In basic algebra, the numbers can go either way and still equal the same thing. For example if x=5, then 5=x. So, in this case, 5 has to be equal to 1, not 54325.

Kristopher Brewer says

The answer is 1.

You say at the start that 1=5. This means that 5=1.

Lavimanasi says

54325

Mathnerd says

If 1= 5, then don;t you think 5 si equal to 1.