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Q: How can you make 10 using only 9s?

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(99/9) + sqrt(9) = 14

9 + (9/9) = 10(99/9) - (9/9) = 10

10 times

1*10**-9s

90 / 9 = 10

The GCF of 9s and 63s^3 is 9s.

1 ns (nanosecond) = 10-9s 1s / 10-9s = 109 109 = 1000 000 000 1 second = 1000 000 000 ns (nanosecond)

9+(9*9+9)/(9+9)

One way: 99/9 - 9/9

999 + (999/999) = 1000

(99)/(99) +9.

Take two 9s and make them a fraction like this 9/9. Then put the other two 9s together to make 99 and you get 9/9+99=100. Because 9/9=1 so it becomes 1+99=100.

99 + (9 / 9) = 100

The GCF is 9s.

9s + 7 = -11 9s = -18 s = -18/9 s = -2

I'm not quite sure if this is what you mean but: 9/9=1 9+1=10 9/9=1 10*1=10 The whole thing: (9/9)*(9+(9/9))=10

The numeral value 9s (nines) is the plural of 9 (nine).

10/9 = 1 1/9 that is, if you share two slices of pica into 9 equal parts, and taking 10 of these parts, then you say that you took 1 whole pica and 1/9 part, or you took 10 out of 9.

(9*9)+(9+9)+(9/9) = 100

Ninety nine divided by nine equals eleven

Five 9s:(99 x 9 + 9) / 9 = 100

Since 9s is a factor of 36s, it is automatically the GCF.

Yes, there are an infinite number of posibilities. Staying only with positive odd numbers, if duplicates are allowed, then five 9s and five 11s make 100. If duplicates are disallowed, then 1 + 3 + 5 + 7 + 9 + 11 + 13 + 15 + 17 + 19 = 100

One way: 99 + 9/9 = 100