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six and thirteen (Posted on 2018-03-15) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Part one:

Compose number 6 with each digit using the digit only three times (Ex: 6=2+2+2) Allowed basic operations (+,-,*,/), sqrt and factorial (no others).

Part two:

Get number 13 using only number 2 three times. Allowed basic and not-basic operations.

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Some Thoughts part one is easy | Comment 1 of 8
Part one:

(1+1+1)! ,   2+2+2 ;   3!+3-3;  sqrt4 + sqrt4+sqrt4;   5+5/5;
6+6-6 ;  7-7/7;  (sqrt(8+8/8))!     (sqrt(9*9/9))!    


Part two:    
22/2+2        four twos,  did not find how to do  it with 3 twos only  

Edited on March 15, 2018, 10:13 am
  Posted by Ady TZIDON on 2018-03-15 09:50:11

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