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2015-03-11T01:27:26+05:30
1) 11 + 15 + (3 + 1) = 30
2) 11 + 15 + (5 - 1) = 30
3) 9 + 13 + (5 + 3) = 30

This is how you can solve it. There are of course more equations that can be formed but you get the basic idea, don't you? The basic idea is that an even number of odd numbers is needed to form an even solution.
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I think that's not the right answer . As 4 numbers a used and not that easy to answer this question. This question was asked in upscale exam . The answer is 11+13+3! , where 3! Means three's factorial . This means 3X2X1=6. That is 11+13+6=30 ,
2015-03-11T10:18:57+05:30
15+11+{5-1}=30 as 5-1=4 so we can take 4 in exchange with 5-1and if we add 15+11+4we get 30
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