Q: How do you get 15 using 4s?

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15 with a remainder of 2

In a square by definition all sides are equal, and the length of a side may be designated by s. The perimeter, 4s, is apparently stated to be equal to 9s - 15. given these conditions, 4s = 9s - 15; subtracting 4s and adding 15 5o each side results in 15 = 5s or s = 3. However, the language of the problem is ambiguous and could instead be interpreted as 4s = 9(s - 15). If that interpretation is used, 5s = 135, and s would equal 27.

44-4/4

4+4-(4/4)

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Probably 45$

One possible way: Make a 10 using five 4s as follows: 4 + 4 + (4 + 4)/4 = 10 Make another two 10s using five 4s in each. Multiply these three 10s.

15 with a remainder of 2

In a square by definition all sides are equal, and the length of a side may be designated by s. The perimeter, 4s, is apparently stated to be equal to 9s - 15. given these conditions, 4s = 9s - 15; subtracting 4s and adding 15 5o each side results in 15 = 5s or s = 3. However, the language of the problem is ambiguous and could instead be interpreted as 4s = 9(s - 15). If that interpretation is used, 5s = 135, and s would equal 27.

44-4/4

15 years

if you want to make eleven using only four 4s, this is the answer 4/.4+4/4(=10 + 1= 11) TA DA !

If your playing 4 4s, 4! x 4 + root4 + root 4