Member • May 1, 2008
Use four 0's & any mathematical operators to get 24
Use four 0's (zeros) and any mathematical operators to get 24.
Those who are smart, don't spoil the fun soon. Others, give it a try.
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Member • May 4, 2008
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Member • May 4, 2008
The_Big_KHint -
K.I.S.S 😁
...and since when did we start relying on 'approximate' values?
On the same lines, I've another question -> is 0.999999...(infinite times) equal to 1 ?
If yes, how? If not, why? 😉
Administrator • May 4, 2008
Member • May 4, 2008
The_Big_K1. No, you cannot 'rotate' operators. Come on, its just basic mathematics!
2. If 0.99999...(infinite) is not equal to one, what's wrong with the following? -
x = 0.99999...(infinite times)
10x = 9.9999.......
=> 9x = 9
=> x = 1
😁
What say? 😉
Administrator • May 4, 2008
gohmHere is your problem, the tricky business between the 10x=9.999999... and then 9x=9. Did you change the value of x?
Member • May 4, 2008
Administrator • May 4, 2008
Hah, no problem with factorials! That's the right way to get 24. Pretty easy, eh? 😀mahulFour zeroes to score 24, that's easy-->>
(0!+0!+0!+0!)!=24
i hope that would do, unless _k has a problem with my repeated use of factorials 😀