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And equality for all.... (Posted on 2007-12-11) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Find the largest number, a single string of only digits - without radix or exponent, that can be equated to a mathematical expression that uses no variables and where each and every digit, 0 to 9, is used but once in the equation. Provide the equation.
Mathematical symbols and functions are permitted, yet limit each to less than the arbitrary number of ten.
If limited to digits 0 to 5, a possible answer, for example, could be:
5!/(4 - 3) = 120.

See The Solution Submitted by Dej Mar    
Rating: 2.5000 (2 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
Solutionimproved ... a littleAdy TZIDON2007-12-15 12:29:03
re(2): 6 digits (3 x10^6)Leming2007-12-12 22:49:57
Questionre: 6 digits (3 x10^6)Ady TZIDON2007-12-12 18:41:51
Solutionre: 6 digits (3 x10^6)Ady TZIDON2007-12-12 18:38:11
Solution6 digits (3 x10^6)Leming2007-12-12 18:18:15
Solutionre(2): three MOREAdy TZIDON2007-12-12 17:16:53
Some Thoughtsre: three MORELeming2007-12-12 16:06:47
Solutionthree MOREAdy TZIDON2007-12-12 15:44:02
SolutionONE OF MANY STUPID SOLUTIONSAdy TZIDON2007-12-12 15:34:35
SolutionIt's just that easy!Jyqm2007-12-11 19:55:11
SolutionA little less, but no operations on the right side.Leming2007-12-11 16:33:50
Hints/Tipsre: another - not quite right - answerDej Mar2007-12-11 12:44:02
another - not quite right - answerLeming2007-12-11 11:27:00
So close - but off by one number.Leming2007-12-11 11:18:13
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