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# how can i get 6 only using -4 4 times

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how can i get 6 only using -4 4 times

Guest Sep 22, 2014
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That is impossible. There is no way to solve this question because we only have -4 to multiply 4 times. And in those 4 times multiplying, the negative number increases. So instead of going to 6, it goes farther back in the negatives.

DragonSlayer554  Sep 22, 2014
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The question needs better definition.

What mathematical symbols are we allowed to use ?

Can we use moduli signs so that |-4|=4, making the negative sign irrelevant ?

Can we use the square root symbol, so that the square root of the modulus is 2 ?

Can we use the factorial symbol, so that |-4|!=24 ? etc.

Guest Sep 25, 2014
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since the question doesn't specify, why don't you assume that you can use any symbol.

Melody  Sep 25, 2014

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