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Can you make numbers as 24 , using numbers 3,3,7 & 7 with any arithmetic operator ?

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Can you make numbers as 24 , using numbers 3,3,7 & 7 with any arithmetic operator ?
posted Oct 9, 2017 by Nikita Sehgal

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Answer: these are some ways to get 24 by using 7,7,3,3.

  1. (square root of (7*7) *3 ) +3 = 24

  2. (3/7+3)*7 =24
    => (3/7 + 21/7) * 7 =24
    => (24/7) * 7 =24
    => 24=24

  3. ((7/7)+3)∗(3!)=4∗(3!)=24

4.(√7−3 + √7−3)!=(2+2)!=24 or (Square root of (7-3) + Square root of (7+3)) ! = 24

answer Nov 1, 2017 by Mogadala Ramana



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