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Q: How do you make 100 using ten 5's?

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(5 x 5) x (5 - 5/5) = 100

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5!/(5+5) + (5*5)

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The five on the left is ten times the five on the right.

100 = 500 / 5

If: 5s = 33 Then: s = 33/5 = 6.6

The five on the left is ten times the five on the right.

Ummmmm this did not help at all! never using this again!

The values are 5/10 and 5/100 respectively

5/5=1 Keep this for later. so 2 5s used. Then do 5*5=25, so 5 5s used as 25 has a five in it, now do 1 - 25=24.

If you mean 2/5 then 2/5 times 100 = 40%

It can't be done using only five 5s, but using six 5s you can get it: 37 = 555/(5+5+5) it can be done using five 5's (5+5/5) ** 5) + 5 ** = power operation actually the above should be written as: ((5+5)/5)^5 + 5 5!/(5+5) + (5*5) will work also

55 + 5/5

4x5=20 20x4=80

Because 10 is two fives so anything times ten is double as many fives.

55 + 5/5 = 56

55 of them.

5, 15, 25, 35, 45, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 65, 75, 85, 95. By counting them, there are twenty 5s between 1 and 100.Actually...if by "between" the questioner intended to exclude the number 100, then there are only 19 5s "between" 1 and 100.

When the denominator of the fraction is a simple multiple of 2s and 5s.

There is 1 5s orbital

A 5s orbit is real.

21 5s