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Using all four of the numbers below once, how can you arrange the numbers in such a way so that they equal to 24 using addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and/or parenthesis? There may be more than one answer.

2 5 6 12

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If you had 1 5 5 9 you can arrange them as (5+1)x(9-5)=24. Simple?

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(5-6/2)*12=24

Good 1

How does storm feel now re ---- Posted Today, 03:52 AM All possibilities already answered.. :(

OUCH!

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Good 1

How does storm feel now re ---- Posted Today, 03:52 AM All possibilities already answered.. :(

OUCH!

i dont under stand how his works... plz explain?

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All possibilities already answered.. :(

Maybe... :D

sorta
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:lol:

My answer (if its allowed it the coolest)

(((6!)/12)/5)*2

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2 5 6 12

i got 27

(6/2)*(5)+12 <_<

25

6+5+2+12 <_<

im annoyd.

2 5 6 12

(6-5)*2*12

Edited by ent474

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