# What is the highest number you can possibly score? 7 ? 6 ? 3 ? 1 ? 5 =

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Working from left to right, calculate the numbers in the order shown (without using order of operation).

Replace each question mark with a mathematical sign.

Plus, minus, multiply and divide can each be used once only.

What is the highest number you can possibly score?

7 ? 6 ? 3 ? 1 ? 5 =

posted Mar 20, 2020

50

7+6-3/1*5=13-3/1*5=10/1*5=10*5=50 (order of operation is from left to right)

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