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(4 factorial divided by .4) minus (the square root of 4 divided by .4)

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44 divided by (the square root of 4 divided by .4)

Q: How can you get the sum of 55 using only 4's?

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the only multiples of 5 are 30.35.40.45.50, and 55 the only sum to 9 is 45

Yes. The sum of 1 to 10 (inclusive) is 55.

It's the sum of 42 and 13 which is 55.

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the only multiples of 5 are 30.35.40.45.50, and 55 the only sum to 9 is 45

Yes. The sum of 1 to 10 (inclusive) is 55.

55% of a sum of money is Rs 1.1 the sum of money is

It's the sum of 42 and 13 which is 55.

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The sum is 335.

244

55

55.

So... the number has to be between 55 & 60 - and the sum of its digits must total 13... The only number that satisfies both rules is 58 !