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1-9-9-6 PUZZLE

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Use the numerals 1, 9, 9 and 6 exactly in that order to make the following numbers: 28, 32, 35, 38, 72, 73, 76, 77, 100 and 1000

You can use the mathematical symbols +, -, ×, /, √, ^ (exponent symbol) and brackets.

Example: 1×9+9×6 = 63

posted Apr 11 by anonymous

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28 = 1+9+√(9)×6
32 = (1/√(9))×96
35 = -19+(9x6)
38 = 19/(√(9)/6)
72 = (1+√(9))×√(9)×6
73 = 19+(9×6)
76 = 1+(9×9)-6
77 = -19+96
100 = 1+√(9)+96
1000 = (1+9)^(9-6)

answer Apr 11 by Hanifa Mammadov



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