Posted by **brandi** on Monday, January 8, 2007 at 8:45pm.

how to solve this equation:

20 8 4 4 = 18

20 + (8/4) - 4 = 18 :)

I do not understand the 8/4 part on this answer? Please clarify Count .

8/4 = 2 if you add that to 20 you get 22 and if you then subtract 4 you get 18.

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