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Q: How can eight 8's equal 49?

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-- Split the 8s up into two groups of four. -- Do any kind of arithmetic or algebra you want to with one group of four 8s. -- Do exactly the same thing with the other group of four 8s, and give it a negative sign. -- Add the two groups of 8s. The sum is zero.

8S is eight separate sulfur atoms. S8 is a molecule of eight sulfur atoms covalently bonded together.

p = 4s a = s2 2p = a - 48 8s = a - 48 8s = s2 - 48 -s2 + 8s + 48 = 0 s2 - 8s - 48 = 0 (s - 12)(s - 4) = 0 s = 12 or 4

If you are counting the digit eight then there is 22 of them

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The answer to this problem : 49+49=98

eight and a half 8's go into 68 (8.5)

They are 1*49=49 and 7*7=49

8 - 8/8 = 8 - 1 = 7

Each page is divided into 1/8s. If you fold the page of a script in half (horizontally) four times, it should be divided into eight individual sections of equal length.

49 times1

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