>>86239The problem with this question is that it is not clear what is meant by having two fries together like that.

If it is simply addition, why don't they use the plus sign like the rest of the additions? If it is multiplication, as is usually the case when two variables are written together, then the value of a single fry would be the square root of two - an irrational number. It could even be razed to a power, since one fry is lifter above the other. But even an algebra calculator I found can't solve x^x=2. I was able to ballpark it to about 1.5599. So...

> If the Double Fry means:Addition: 15

Multiplication: 19.142136...

Exponentiation: 20.599...