Q: Use four threes to get 8?

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There are four threes in a standard deck of cards.

(3*3+3)/3=4

3x3=9... 9-3=6.... 6/3=2 !

the answer is 8

you could just use all the threes to make 333

Five threes do not equal ten, so you can't use symbols to show that.

(3x3) + (3/3) = 10

18 and 6 16 and 8 12 and 12 three eights four sixes six fours eight threes twelve twos twenty-four ones

8/3

(33 ÷ 3) + 3 = 14

The plural is written 3s or threes when referring to the number itself, or sets or groups of three. - e.g. Seven threes are twenty-one. There are four 3s in his license plate number. We divided the group into threes for the scavenger hunt.

( (3x3) +3 ) /3=4

3*3+3/3=4

use the secind derivative

Waltzes travel in threes.

Look at it this way: 9 = 3 + 3 + 3 (three threes) 12 = 3 + 3 + 3 +3 + 3 (four threes) See it yet? Try this: (3 threes) (4 threes) Or: 3 over 4 Or: 3/4 Or you could just divide 9 by 12 and get .75, then convert it from the decimal.

99 / 3 = 33 threes 100/3 = 33.33 threes which rounded would be equal to 33 threes

( (3 x 3) + 3 ) / 3 = 4

use the digit 8 four time to make 89

You could use two threes and two ones, but it's more likely you were looking for -9. That would be 9 and -1.

27 threes are in 81

With a bit of a cheat: 88 + 8/8 = 89

89 = 88 + (8 / 8)

88 + 8/8 = 88 +1 = 89

88 + 8/8 = 89