I give you some numbers in a specific order, and a few symbols. Arrange those symbols however you can to make a correct math equation. You must use all of them.
Also, do not follow the order of operations, perform in the order of the numbers (i.e.: 3+3*3 normally equals 12, but not following the order of operations, equals 18.)
Now, here's your puzzle.
Comments on this teaser
|Posted by Mathgeek007||06/16/11|
|I'd like to see another answer. :P|
|Posted by Ohwhatsup||06/30/11|
|^^yah me to.
but I still loved this,,|
|Posted by cnmne||07/11/11|
|Posted by Mathgeek007||07/11/11|
That's just a stupid cheap way of getting an equal.
|Posted by cnmne||07/15/11|
|Nonetheless, it is a valid solution.|
|Posted by sagar110||08/30/11|
|good job cnmne. The teaser creators answer is actually wrong considering that if you don't have parenthesis in his/her equation you get a completely different answer. You have to divide 2 into 3 before you add 2 into 1276/4|
|Posted by Mathgeek007||08/30/11|
|*Cough* Notice the "Order of Operations DOES NOT apply here" rule. -_-|
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