• #### "The 6 Riddle" --- is a common variation to make 10 ?

From henhanna@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Fri Jul 8 08:02:01 2022
is a common variation to make 10 ? ----- that seems too hard.

except for 4 + 4 + Sqrt(4) = 10
and 9 9 9 = 10

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Commonly called "The 6 Riddle", it states that all you do is insert the appropriate math symbol between the numbers to equal six.
Ex:
1 1 1 = 6
2 + 2 + 2 = 6
3 3 3 = 6 etc.

6 + 6 - 6 = 6

all the way to 9 9 9 = 6

I cannot figure out the first set of numbers, so I am asking anyone to help me out.

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is it poss. to do this without using factorial ?

1 1 1 = 6

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• From denkbaar@21:1/5 to henh...@gmail.com on Fri Jul 8 23:39:10 2022
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
and 9 9 9 = 10

(that would be 9 + 9/9 = 10)

under certain rules: 1 × 1/.1 = 10

d.

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• From henhanna@gmail.com@21:1/5 to denkbaar on Sat Jul 9 07:25:41 2022
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.

except for 4 + 4 + Sqrt(4) = 10
and 9 9 9 = 10
(that would be 9 + 9/9 = 10)

under certain rules: 1 × 1/.1 = 10

d.

i like the Dot (Decimal Point) rule.

I created this puzzle where using only 4 digits (1,2,5,7), only once each,
you create expressions using any operations that result in each integer from 0 to 100

Another common variant =======

-1 = ........

0 = (4 ÷ 4) - (4 ÷ 4)
1 = (4 * 4 ÷ 4) / 4
2 = (4 ÷ 4) + (4 ÷ 4)
3 = (4 + 4 + 4) / 4
4 = sqrt(4 * 4) * (4 ÷ 4)
5 = ((4 * 4) + 4) / 4
6 = (4! + 4 - 4) / 4
7 = (sqrt(4 * 4) + 4!) / 4
8 = ((4 ÷ 4) * 4) + 4
9 = (4 ÷ 4) + 4 + 4
10 = (4! + (4 * 4)) / 4

11 = ........
12 = ........ ( i got it )

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• From denkbaar@21:1/5 to henh...@gmail.com on Sun Jul 17 12:10:30 2022
On 09-Jul-22 16:25:41, henh...@gmail.com wrote:

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.

except for 4 + 4 + Sqrt(4) = 10
and 9 9 9 = 10
(that would be 9 + 9/9 = 10)

under certain rules: 1 × 1/.1 = 10

d.

i like the Dot (Decimal Point) rule.

(...)

How about 11 - 1 = 10?

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