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5+6=11.

In a line in 6! = 6*5*4*3*2*1 = 720 ways.

5/6 x 6/8 is 5/8.

m-38=-44 [add 38 to both sides m=-6 The answer is 6 [six]

Since no letters are repeated in the word prime, you can arrange the letters in the word prime 5! ways, or 120 ways.

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If 5 X 6 = 30 OR 6+6+6+6+6=30 Because 5 stands for the amount of sixes you add together so if 5 X 6 = 30 then 6 X 6 would just add six to the 5 X 6 6 X 6 = 36 5 X 6 = 30 36 - 30 = 6 Because all you did was add six.

Well, there are many ways to do this. The obvious one is put the 6 right after the 3, creating a 3 6. Then remove the space. Another way, is to multiply 6 by 3, then add 6, and add 6 again, and add 3, then add 3 again. If you wanted to make it with just a six, you could just multiply six and six.

About six different ways : 1. Sixteen 2. 6 teen 3. 6-teen 4. 6teen 5. 16 6. Six teen

7 First you add seven + six and it = thriteen. After that you add six + five = eleven. + then add 2+3=5 add 13+5=18. Then add 18+13=31+11=42 6 _ 13 42 IS YOUR ANSWER!!

6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 5 =29.

18 tenths or 1 and 8 tenths 6/10 + 6/5 = 6/10 + 12/10 = 18/10 = 9/5 = 1 and 4/5

6 5/9 = 59/9Multiply the 6 by the nine in the denominator and add it to 5 in the numerator.

36. Because 120% is actually just 6/5, or six fifths. Since 5/5 of 30 is 30, we just have to add another 1/5 of thirty, and since 30/5=6, we just add a 6. Then we add 30 (5/5 of thirty) and 6 (1/5 of 30) together, and we get 36.

Just add six.

1 in 6 The way you calculate this is as follows: There are 36 possible combinations you can get with two dice. Six of those combinations add up to 7 and 30 of those combinations add up to either 6, 5, 4, 3, or 2. Therefore, there are 30 ways you can roll a number other than seven and six ways you can roll a seven. If you want a seven to come out, there are 30 ways to lose and 6 ways to win. This translates into odds of 30 to 6 or 5 to 1. The difference between this and the above answer is the way odds are stated. They can be stated either using "in" or "to." You can say the odds are either 6 ways to win "in" 36 possible combinations or you can say there are 30 ways to lose "to" 6 ways to win. When these are reduced, they become 1 way to win "in" 6 ways to lose and 5 ways to lose "to" 1 way to win. Thus, you get "1 in 6" which is equivalent to "5 to 1".

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It is 6!/3! = 6*5*4 = 120 ways

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