if you use the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, using them only once each, how do you make them equal 50?

you may add, subtract, divide, and multiply, but only using each number once, come up with 50

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# 2 Answers

13 x 4 - 2 = 50

ROMOS

2 correct answers then?

1+4=5.....2+3=5...5+5=10.....10x5=50 ?

Colleen

5+5 uses 5 twice ;)
ROMOS

They only asked for 1..2..3..4. not to be used twice Mi Lady
Bob/PKB

??? Your answer doesn't look right to me. It uses 5 and 10. You only get to use 1 2 3 4 and only once each. It doesn't say I can't join them, like I did to make 13, but I'm not sure. We'll have to see if the correct answer is provided for us.

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