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1 = (7/7) x (7/7)

2 = (7/7) + (7/7)

3 = (7+7+7)/7

4 =

5 =

6 = ((7 x 7) - 7)/7

7 = 7

8 = ((7 x 7) +7)/7

9 = ((7+7)/7) +7

10 =

Unsure on the others.

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