+0

0
85
3

\(\Large 1 \ \square \ 2 \ \square \ 3 \ \square \ 4 \ \square \ 5 \ \square \ 6 \ \square \ 7\)

If we only used plus signs and minus signs in place of the boxes above, how many distinct values can we obtain?

Jun 13, 2020

#1
+549
0

Maybe it is \(2^6\) but you probably have to minus the repeats.

Jun 13, 2020
#3
+131
+5

Yeah, I think itś 2^6.

There are 2 possibilities for the first

There are 2 for the second

There are 2 for the third. This goes on...

Jun 14, 2020