Funky Four Plus One was created in 1977.
"Four plus seven hundred and eleven" or "Four plus seven one one".
Nine plus four equals thirteen and that's ONE baker's dozen.
It equals 0
Yes. Assuming you can use any mathematical formula that only uses four fours, you can take the square root of four (2) plus four (6) plus four over four, which simplifies to 1 over one, which is one, you simply get two plus four plus one, or seven
Four fifths plus one sixth I believe equals twenty-nine over 30
One sixth plus four sixths equals five sixths, or 5/6.
5 and 5/9
four-sixth or two-thirds
4 1/7 (four and one seventh).
1/3 plus 1/5 plus 4/10 = 0.933333
15 over 16
five sixteenths 5/16 answer: A fourth is four sixteenths, so four plus one equals five sixteenths
Two over eight plus four over eight plus one over eight equals seven over eight
0.9375 or 15/16
-3 + 1 + 4 = 2
one and one third
the answer is 7 and one sixth