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(5/5)*(5/5)=1

(5/5)+(5/5)=2

(5+5+5)/5=3

sqrt(5+5)-(5/5)=4

sqrt(5+5)*(5/5)=5

sqrt(5+5)+(5/5)=6

5+((5/5)/5)=7

5+.5+(5*.5)=8

(5+5)-(5/5)=9

sqrt(5+5)+sqrt(5+5)=10

5+5+(5/5)=11

(5*5*.5)-.5=12

(5*5*.5)+.5=13

((5!/5)*.5)+5=17 (5!/5)*sqrt(5*5)=19

5*5-sqrt(5*5)=20 (55/5)/.5=22

(5!/5)-(5/5)=23

(5!/5)-(5-5)=24

(5!/5)+(5/5)=25

(5*5)+(5/5)=26

(55*.5)-.5=27

(55*.5)+.5=28

(5!/5)+sqrt(5*5)=29

5*5+sqrt(5*5)=30

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