The 24 Game

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#21

Solution: C(56/8, 3) - 11 = C(7,3) - 11 = 35-11 =24 ?

New numbers: 509 3 3 3


#22

Yes, you can give the same number multiple times.

But you got it correct! Nice!


#23

Hmmm BTW you can’t use the GCF and LCM functions.

This one is a nice puzzler. 509 is prime, so likely something to do with exponents with such a large number. 24^2 = 576 and is close enough to it. Maybe factorials? IDK.

A hint please…?


#24

Two of the operations are sum and multiplication, and there’s one more operation.


#25

sqrt[3][509+3] times 3 = 8 times 3.

BTW how do I make the multiplication sign without making it italicized?


#26

My numbers:

0, 0, 0, 0


#27

(0! + 0! + 0! + 0!) !


#28

Exactly!

Yer numbers, sir?


#29

New numbers: -1, 3, 5, 40


#30

((40/5)/(3+(-1)))! = (8/2)! = 4! = 24


#31

Cool, my solution was actually different:

(5^-1) * 3 * 40


#32

Nice!

Numbers:

34, 56, 1880, 1


#33

This is one i can do. lol
56 x 34 = 1904 then you go 1904 - 1880 = 24

next
47, 65, 49, 77


#34

(77-65) times (49-47) equals 24 :slight_smile:

81290, 7, 48828125, 11


#35

1+1=2