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1+2+3+4 = 10

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For this question there is actually a whole lot of answers...

for example:

((1 ＋ 2) ＋ 3) ＋ 4 ＝ 10

((1 × 2) × 3) ＋ 4 ＝ 10

(1 ＋ 2) ＋ (3 ＋ 4) ＝ 10

1 ＋ (2 ＋ 3) ＋ 4 ＝ 10

1 × (2 × 3) ＋ 4 ＝ 10

1 ＋ ((2 ＋ 3) ＋ 4) ＝ 10

1 × ((2 × 3) ＋ 4) ＝ 10

1 ＋ (2 ＋ (3 ＋ 4)) ＝ 10

((1 ＋ 2) ＋ 4) ＋ 3 ＝ 10

(1 ＋ 2) ＋ (4 ＋ 3) ＝ 10

So Manny Diffrent way's you can use four numbers to equal 10.

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