(3*3 + 3)/3 + 3
The answer is five factoral (5!) which is 120.
they only use five
The only number in that phrase is "five".
Using only five two's: (2+2)^2 plus 2/2 = 17
There are only five geometric solids that can be made using a regular polygon and having the same number of these polygons meet at each corner. The five Platonic solids (or regular polyhedra) are the tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron
Yes, type the number 4, followed by the number 3.
(4x4x4)-(4x4)+(4/4) = 49
Make an X out of the two sticks. X is the Roman Numeral for 10.
Since there are only five different digits, a 6-digit number can only be generated if a digit can be repeated. If digits can be repeated, the smallest 6-digit number is 111111.
You can make 1000 RS without using a 100 RS note. Five 150 RS notes plus five 50 RS notes equals 1000 RS in 10 notes.
(4x4x4)+(4/4) = 65
No. The only prime number ending in five is five. All the others are divisible by five.
trunc(79/35) = 2
3! = 6.
Multiply 4 by 15 to make 60. Multiply 4 by 25 to make 100
24680 using only even numbers or 12346 which is an even number
One quarter, two dimes, two nickels, forty-five pennies.
You can not find a car registration number using the chassis number. You can only identify it by using the VIN, or vehicle identification number.
Um... REALLY? If you can only use each number once then it's 9521.