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 Use 9,10,6,8, and 4 to make 10 2013-01-25 From Able:How do you calculate using BEDMAS 9,10,6,8,4 to equal 10Answered by Penny Nom. Back to the nines 2006-03-15 From Victoria:Can you answer this problem, does an answer exist? Get a set of numbers 1-9 ! Using the whole set of nine number tiles (digits 1-9), try to arrange them to make three 3-digit numbers so that the sum of the first two is the third. Can this be done without carrying over? If not can it be done without carrying over into the hundreds column?Answered by Claude Tardif. Add one 1 at the beginning and at the end of a number 2005-11-13 From Samuel:If we add one 1 at the beginning and at the end of a number, this number is increased by 14789. What is the sum of the digits of the number?Answered by Penny Nom.

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