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1/ Make 24 out of 1, 5, 5, and 5.2/ Make 24 out of 3, 3, 8 and 8.

posted by steven | 1:33 PM

1/ 24 = (5 * sqrt(5) * sqrt(5) ) - 12/ 24 = sqrt(3) * sqrt(3) * sqrt(8) * sqrt(8)

Nice. I couldn't get the second one.For the first one, I got this:24 = (5 * 5) - 1^5Where 1^5 is 1 raised to the fifth power.

5*(5-1/5) = 24

8/(3-8/3) = 24

I thought you could only use + - / *anyways this is how i did it..= (-1/5 + 5) *5 = (24/5) *5= (24

8(3-8/3)= 24

8/(3-8/3)

(5-(/5))*5=24

[(5!-5)/5]+1

8*3=24*3= 72/3=24

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8/[3-(3/8)]= 8/[(9/3)-(8/3)]=8/(1/3)=24

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1/ 24 = (5 * sqrt(5) * sqrt(5) ) - 1

2/ 24 = sqrt(3) * sqrt(3) * sqrt(8) * sqrt(8)

Nice. I couldn't get the second one.

For the first one, I got this:

24 = (5 * 5) - 1^5

Where 1^5 is 1 raised to the fifth power.

5*(5-1/5) = 24

8/(3-8/3) = 24

I thought you could only use + - / *

anyways this is how i did it..

= (-1/5 + 5) *5

= (24/5) *5

= (24

8(3-8/3)= 24

8/(3-8/3)

(5-(/5))*5=24

[(5!-5)/5]+1

8*3=24*3= 72/3=24

I'll be visiting your site again to gather some more valuable information. You truly did a good job.

Thank you for the efforts you been putting on making your site such an interesting and informative place to browse through.

8/[3-(3/8)]= 8/[(9/3)-(8/3)]=8/(1/3)=24

I Like your blog,will sharing this with my friends, excellent work.

small business voip

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