At a math class, a teacher gives his students 4 numbers, lets say the numbers are A, B, C and D
Then the teacher ask his students to make an equallity equation from the numbers.

Claudy says 2*a*b = c + 2*b
Leon says a*b*c = 12 * c
Jemmy says b*b + c*c = (a+b)^2
Thomas says 30*d = 6*b*c
Richard says a+b+c+d = a*a

Then the teacher says "Ok students, you are smart, but one of you is wrong"

If the numbers are positive integer not more than 100, Who is wrong, and what are the numbers ?

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## jasen

At a math class, a teacher gives his students 4 numbers, lets say the numbers are A, B, C and D

Then the teacher ask his students to make an equallity equation from the numbers.

Claudy says 2*a*b = c + 2*b

Leon says a*b*c = 12 * c

Jemmy says b*b + c*c = (a+b)^2

Thomas says 30*d = 6*b*c

Richard says a+b+c+d = a*a

Then the teacher says "Ok students, you are smart, but one of you is wrong"

If the numbers are positive integer not more than 100, Who is wrong, and what are the numbers ?

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