Using these numbers, in this order, you may add, subtract, multiply, divide, or ( ), and the answer has to equal 1 (one) 25927166 My little girl fell asleep trying to figure this one out. Please Help
Last edited by mykidsmom; April 12th 2007 at 08:12 PM. Reason: Problem Solved!!
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Originally Posted by mykidsmom Using these numbers, in this order, you may add, subtract, multiply, divide, or ( ), and the answer has to equal 1 (one) 25927166 My little girl fell asleep trying to figure this one out. Please Help Seems messy but I think it works. (((((((5+2)+9)/2)-7)*1)*6)/6)=1 B
(2*5-9)*(2*7-((1+6+6)) = 1
Originally Posted by braddy Seems messy but I think it works. (((((((5+2)+9)/2)-7)*1)*6)/6)=1 B You had to use numbers in the exact order.
Originally Posted by classicstrings (2*5-9)*(2*7-((1+6+6)) = 1 It looks so simple when you do it!! I wish I would have known about this site years ago when my twins were having fun with math. I thank you, and Samantha thanks you. Sweet Dreams.....
(2+5+9)/2-7-1+6/6 =1 details: = 16 /2-7-1+6/6 = 8 -7-1+6/6 = 8-7-1 +1 = 1 -1 +1 = 0 +1 =1
Originally Posted by mykidsmom Using these numbers, in this order, you may add, subtract, multiply, divide, or ( ), and the answer has to equal 1 (one) 25927166 My little girl fell asleep trying to figure this one out. Please Help Little less complicated solution- (2-5+9+2-7-1+6)/6 That works as well.
this equation works to. 2*-5+(9*2-7)*1+6-6 -10+(18-7)+0 -10+11=1
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