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Suppose that your're running tests on the windows calculator
and find that 1+1=2,2+2=5,3+3=6,4+4=9,5+5=10 and 6+6=13.
Write a bug title and Bug Description that effectively
describes this problem?

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Suppose that your're running tests on the windows calculator and find that 1+1=2,2+2=5,3+3=6,4..

Answer / bindu puvvala

Bug Title:- Incorrect Sum when an even number is added to
itself.

Bug Description :- Actual sum = Expected sum + 1 whenever
and even number is added to itself. This does not happen
with odd numbers.

Is This Answer Correct ?    10 Yes 0 No

Suppose that your're running tests on the windows calculator and find that 1+1=2,2+2=5,3+3=6,4..

Answer / *magesh*

Title : Sum(+) operation fails for even numbers.
Description: When i try to add two even numbers, our
application shows invalid data.

Steps to reproduce :
Step 1 : Enter an even numver
2 : click the + button
3 : Enter an even number(the previous one)
4. Click the = button
5 : Verify the result.

Additional Info : This bug occurs only for even numbers.
Example : 2+2=5. For further information pls refer the
screenshot.

Thsts it !

Is This Answer Correct ?    7 Yes 2 No

Suppose that your're running tests on the windows calculator and find that 1+1=2,2+2=5,3+3=6,4..

Answer / aravind

Title:
Windows Calculator not giving proper result when an even
number is added to itself.

Steps to Reproduce:
1) Open the Windows Calculator utility
2) Performed the following operation 2+2.
3) Windows Calculator returns incorrect result.
4) Repeated step 2 for 3 different even numbers and found
that same error repeats again.

Isolation:
1) This scenario happens only when an even number is added
to itself.
2) Tried the same with odd number and found it was working
fine.
3) Tried the same with two different even numbers and found
that it was working fine.
2)

Is This Answer Correct ?    1 Yes 0 No

Suppose that your're running tests on the windows calculator and find that 1+1=2,2+2=5,3+3=6,4..

Answer / m.ragothaman

Title- In Correct Output when adding two even number
Description : two any two even numbers for example 6+6
Expected result - 12, but displayed output is
13(by adding one extra value to expected result)

Regards
Raghu

Is This Answer Correct ?    1 Yes 1 No

Suppose that your're running tests on the windows calculator and find that 1+1=2,2+2=5,3+3=6,4..

Answer / karthi

Bug Title: Addition of two same Number

Bug Description: Addition of two identical even number.
Shows the result wrongly(it shows the result a+a+1 instead
of a+a)

Priority: high Severity: high

Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 0 No

Suppose that your're running tests on the windows calculator and find that 1+1=2,2+2=5,3+3=6,4..

Answer / jyothinapa

Bug Title : Addition of two even numbers

Bug Description : while adding 2 even numbers in the
calculator the result is coming wrongly.the odd numbers
addition is coming correctly.

we need to send the defect report to the defect tracking
team by attaching screen shots ragarding the bug

Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 1 No

Suppose that your're running tests on the windows calculator and find that 1+1=2,2+2=5,3+3=6,4..

Answer / naresh

Bug Title: The sum of two even numbers appears to be incorrect.

Bug Description: When user tries to perform addition
functionality the following result can be observed.

(i) For the first time, when user add two odd number, the
result is correct.

(ii) For the second time, when user add two even number, the
result is incorrect.

Reproducibility is 100%.

severity is major.

Is This Answer Correct ?    1 Yes 2 No

Suppose that your're running tests on the windows calculator and find that 1+1=2,2+2=5,3+3=6,4..

Answer / rajshri

Title:wrong result when we are adding 2 even no
Description:add two add no(ofcorse user action should be
given)
the result is more that 1 by correct result

Is This Answer Correct ?    2 Yes 4 No

Suppose that your're running tests on the windows calculator and find that 1+1=2,2+2=5,3+3=6,4..

Answer / moataz el gendy

Bug title : addition of two identical even number.

Bug Description : On adding two identical even number it
give wrong result exceeds the expected result by 1.

Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 2 No

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