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1+2+3+4 = 10

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

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((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.

Q: What four numbers equal 10?

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The sum of any four odd numbers will never be equal to an odd number.

The quantity 14 tens is equal to 14(10) = 140.

There are an infinite number of groups of numbers whose sum, difference, product, quotient etc. is equal to 40 . But there are not four numbers that equal 40. In fact, there is only one number that equals 40. The number is . . . . . 40 .

It is not clear what the there numbers are. A rhombus has four sides but all four sides are of equal length so only one number is required for the length of all four sides. It is not possible for the three numbers to be the length of the sides and the two diagonals - the numbers simply do not work out.

The sum of any four odd numbers will never be equal to an odd number.

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The quantity 14 tens is equal to 14(10) = 140.

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The sum of any four odd numbers will never be equal to an odd number.

There are an infinite number of groups of numbers whose sum, difference, product, quotient etc. is equal to 40 . But there are not four numbers that equal 40. In fact, there is only one number that equals 40. The number is . . . . . 40 .

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It is not clear what the there numbers are. A rhombus has four sides but all four sides are of equal length so only one number is required for the length of all four sides. It is not possible for the three numbers to be the length of the sides and the two diagonals - the numbers simply do not work out.