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Solve the following mathematical equation using any instrument like + x / - or square or root?

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Solve the following mathematical equation -

1     1     1   =   6
2     2     2   =   6
3     3     3   =   6
4     4     4   =   6
5     5     5   =   6
6     6     6   =   6
7     7     7   =   6
8     8     8   =   6
9     9     9   =   6

Use any instrument like + × ÷ - square root etc

posted Jul 14, 2015 by anonymous

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2 Answers

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Best answer

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

answer Jul 15, 2015 by Jcm
this is easier: sqrt4 + sqrt4 + sqrt 4
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(1+1+1)! = 3! = 6
2+2+2 = 6
(3x3)-3=6
addition of square roots of 4 = 6
(5/5) + 5 = 6
6+6-6 = 6
7-(7/7) = 6
cube root of all eights = 6
(square root of 9 x square root of 9) - square root of 9 = 3x3 -3 = 6

answer Apr 10, 2016 by anonymous



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