Update: Wed 17 Apr 2019 11:46:52 PM CEST

Here is a small task with a **simple mathematical equation**. You are allowed to **move one digit only**, so that the equation is correct. You are not allowed to remove or add any characters!

**62 - 63 = 1**

How can this be? Any idea?

**Have fun puzzling!**

Me199 (2013-01-27)

Move the 3 over 62 as an exponent and turn it sideways so it looks kinda like a fancy w. Then you have 62^w - 6 = 1. The equation IS correct, and has a real solution w = log 7 / log 62 = about 0.471492

Move the 3 over 62 as an exponent and turn it sideways so it looks kinda like a fancy w. Then you have 62^w - 6 = 1. The equation IS correct, and has a real solution w = log 7 / log 62 = about 0.471492

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