165 + 165 = 330
If the only operation is addition, then 3.
It is: 23+(4*7) = 36.
Impossible, as there are not enough numbers to cover all squares.
Assuming that the only permitted operation is addition, then there are 4 combinations.
Addition of two consecutive positive integers will always make an odd number. Therefore, this is an impossible sum.
By simply re-ordering the digits, you can get 500 6-digit numbers, excluding those starting with 0. There are thousands more that can be made using mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, exponentiation, factorials and so on.
5/5 + 5/5 = 2.
4p3*3p1 equal to 72 ways
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Using 1, 2, and 3, you can make 27 whole numbers.
Infinitely many. Assuming you want the addition of only two numbers: Choose ANY number for the first number, then calculate 38 minus that number, to obtain the second number.
2 odd numbers added together equal an event number. to even numbers added together equal an even number. it is impossible to make 4 odd numbers equal an even.
It is called the commutativity of addition of numbers.
Having an equal number of anything does not make an atom stable.
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