Date: Sat, 15 Nov 1997 20:22:54 -0500 (EST)
Subject: driving me CRAZY


Write a two digit number (both digits different and neither equal to zero) and then express the same number but now composed of the same two digits in reverse order with some mathematical symbol (+, -, *, /, roots, !, or exponents). for example: 25 = 5^2. Now give me another.

Hope you get this, cause its driving me CRAZY

Hi Billy

I can tell you one more but I am not sure if there are others. The one I have is

64 = root(4^6)


After showing him this answer Billy wrote back with another solution


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