Q: How do you get 14 only using four 9s?

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9 + (9/9) = 10

It is five.

One way: 99 + 9/9 = 100

7/9, 14/18, 21/27

9s + 7 = -11 9s = -18 s = -18/9 s = -2

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9+(9*9+9)/(9+9)

9 + (9/9) = 10

It is five.

One way: 99 + 9/9 = 100

7/9, 14/18, 21/27

The GCF of 9s and 63s^3 is 9s.

9*9=81 81-9=72 72/9=88

You could have one No. 9 or a handful of No. 9s

9s + 7 = -11 9s = -18 s = -18/9 s = -2

4 x 9 = 36 36 + 1/3 = 361/3

48, made up of two 9s through Aces in each of the four suits.

9÷9+99 or 99+9÷(9)