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Q: How do you get the number 17 by only using the numbers 1234 once?

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

2x4x3 is 24+1 is 25, x4 is 100. 2x3 is 6+4 is 10. 10*100 is 1000. That is one way. All ways require using the numbers more than once

What is 4 divided by 1,234

4(2+3)-1=19

The answer is 34(1)^2.

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5*4+3+2

3! = 6.

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There are none.Any number made by using the digits 0 to 9 once is divisible by 9 and so not a prime.There are none.Any number made by using the digits 0 to 9 once is divisible by 9 and so not a prime.There are none.Any number made by using the digits 0 to 9 once is divisible by 9 and so not a prime.There are none.Any number made by using the digits 0 to 9 once is divisible by 9 and so not a prime.

8 plus 1 , minus 5, plus 7 + 13

it cant

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6*5*4*3=360

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Any number using each of the digits once will be a multiple of 3: eg 1597864302

567 - 349 = 218 or 567 - 218 = 349

There are 3,628,800 different permutations that can be made when using the numbers 0 through 9, if each number is only used once in each combination.

Assuming you have to use all the digits and use each one exactly once: 135679.

There are four of them: 739, 793, 937, and 973 .

You will look at the both the numbers on the fraction and find a number that you can divide both of the numbers by. It has to be the same number on the too and bottom that you are dividing by. Once you have done that enough times and the numbers aren't common anymore, your fraction is simplified

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8 * 1* 2^0 * 4^0=8

There are 22 sums, if you don't include a number more than once. Where did you here a question like that?