Ex:Commonly called "The 6 Riddle", it states that all you do is insert the appropriate math symbol between the numbers to equal six.
I cannot figure out the first set of numbers, so I am asking anyone to help me out.
is a common variation to make 10 ? ----- that seems too hard.
except for 4 + 4 + Sqrt(4) = 10
and 9 9 9 = 10
On 08-Jul-22 17:02:01, henh...@gmail.com wrote:
is a common variation to make 10 ? ----- that seems too hard.
except for 4 + 4 + Sqrt(4) = 10(that would be 9 + 9/9 = 10)
and 9 9 9 = 10
under certain rules: 1 × 1/.1 = 10
d.
On Friday, July 8, 2022 at 2:39:13 PM UTC-7, denkbaar wrote:
On 08-Jul-22 17:02:01, henh...@gmail.com wrote:
is a common variation to make 10 ? ----- that seems too hard.(that would be 9 + 9/9 = 10)
except for 4 + 4 + Sqrt(4) = 10
and 9 9 9 = 10
under certain rules: 1 × 1/.1 = 10
d.
i like the Dot (Decimal Point) rule.
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