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99+99/99=100

9999/99=101

Q: What numeral with six nines whose value is 100 no operation symbols may be used but a decimal point or fraction bar may be used?

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Unfortunately, the browser used for posting questions is hopelessly inadequate for mathematics: it strips away most symbols. From what we can see it is not at all clear what the missing symbols (operators) might be.

There are 16 symbols.

The number of different symbols is the same as the base. So the answer is 2 and the symbols are 0 and 1.

I assume the expression is y2+12y+27 as I cannot see the operation symbols between them (editor problem?). If you agree with this then y2 + 12y + 27 = y2 + 9y + 3y + 27 = y(y + 9) + 3(y + 9) = (y + 3)(y + 9)

The browser used for posting questions on this site is rubbish. It is quite useless for mathematics since it strips out most symbols so that we cannot tell what the question is meant to be. We could try to guess but in some cases that is not possible and then we may as well make up our own questions and answer them!

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The Roman numeral system needed only 7 symbols while the ancient Greek numeral system needed 27 symbols

They came from the Etruscan numeral system and the Etruscans once ruled the Romans.

XXX is the Roman numeral for 30. XL is the Roman numeral for 40.

No. It uses ten digits and the decimal point: eleven symbols in all.

An expression.

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