Q: How do get 16 only using these numbers once 1 2 3 4?

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only using the numbers once

the only numbers that equal 16 are, 16.

978, of which 360 are 6-digit numbers.If you may use each of the six digits only once, then you can only have 3 pairs of 2-digit numbers beginning with an odd digit.e.g.12 and 34 and 56or 14 and 36 and 52or 16 and 32 and 54

(18 + 16)/sqrt(4) + 7 = 34/2 + 7 = 17 + 7 = 24.

It is a representation of numbers using 16 as the base.

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only using the numbers once

How about: 2*(1+3+4) = 16

the only numbers that equal 16 are, 16.

The mean is the average. You simply add all the numbers and divide by how many numbers there are. So the mean of 16 numbers would be the sum of all 16 numbers, divided by 16.

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978, of which 360 are 6-digit numbers.If you may use each of the six digits only once, then you can only have 3 pairs of 2-digit numbers beginning with an odd digit.e.g.12 and 34 and 56or 14 and 36 and 52or 16 and 32 and 54

i have two answers: 100+25+16+9=150 16+4+121+9=150

(18 + 16)/sqrt(4) + 7 = 34/2 + 7 = 17 + 7 = 24.

1, 2, 4, 8, 16

It is a representation of numbers using 16 as the base.

2 * 2 * 2 * 2 It's not possible to make 16 without using the same numbers twice or without using whole numbers.

The only prime factor of 16 is 2.