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What is the highest number that can be created with 1,9,9 and 5? And use and symbols but you have keep the numbers in that order!

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Multiplying may be your best option but you can add the one to the nine, so it's not wasted.

 

(1+9)(9)(5) = 90x5 = 450

HighSchoolCalculus  Feb 16, 2017
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\((19)\times (9)\times (5)=855\)

asinus  Feb 16, 2017
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\(19\times95=1805\)

asinus  Feb 16, 2017
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What is the highest number that can be created with 1,9,9 and 5? And use and symbols but you have keep the numbers in that order!

 

\((19)^{9^5} \) \(=3.49874300244\times 10^{57}\) 

 

\(19^{95}=3.03104295096\times 10^{121}\)

 

Not quite sure  laugh !

asinus  Feb 16, 2017
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edited by asinus  Feb 16, 2017
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l don't think exponents can be used. More like basic functions. l thought the same but they always shoot you down for using exponents on these types of problems.

HighSchoolCalculus  Feb 16, 2017
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If powers are allowed then:

19^9^5 =1.32246... x 10^75,509

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