Q: How do you make 10 using 6 fours?

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(4/4)*4!/4 = 6

(4x4)-(4+4sqr) (4x4)=16 (4+4sqr)=6 16-6=10

(4+4)/4 + 4 =6

It could be: 4+40+40 = 6

(4+4)/4 + 4

6*(9 + 5 - 10) = 6*(14 - 10) = 6*4 = 24

There are six fours in twenty-four.

5x2=10 8+6=14 14+10=24

(4+4)/4 + 4 = 6 break-down: (4 + 4)/4 = 8/4 = 2 2 + 4 = 6

6*(8 + 10 - 7 - 9) = 6*(18 - 16) = 6*2 = 12

well, i know a tables rhyme that helped me learn all of my tables. Just replace the 1 with whatever table you want to learn, example, your 4 times table, or your 10 times table, and change the awnser also. 1 times table: 1 ones are one. 2 ones are two 3 ones are 3. 4 ones are 4. 5 ones are 5. 6 ones are 6. 7 ones are 7 8 ones are 8 and so on... just replace the "ones" with the times table needed, and adjust the answer. Example: 4 times table: 1 fours are 4 2 fours are 8 3 fours are 12 4 fours are 16 5 fours are 20 6 fours are 24 7 fours are 28 8 fours are 32 9 fours are 36 10 fours are 40 11 fours are 44 12 fours are 48. Sing it however you want, the rhyming and rhythm helps the table get stuck in your head. Just sing it whenever you have time to such as when driving to school, in the shower, going to sleep, walking the dog, whenever!

6-4=2 8+2=10 10:2=5