Posted by **Lola** on Tuesday, October 5, 2010 at 10:03pm.

Can you get 17 with the numbers 1,3,3,6? You can add sub mult and divide. I've tried and can't get an answer.

- Math -
**Laura**, Tuesday, October 5, 2010 at 10:33pm
[(3+1)*6]-3=17

[4*6]-3=17

20-3=17

17=17

- Math -
**Jen**, Tuesday, October 5, 2010 at 11:20pm
4 x 6 = 24, Laura. Sorry Lola, I can't figure it out either.

## Answer this Question

## Related Questions

- math - Trying to solve the number 91 how 1,3,4,6 can be used once using add,sub...
- chemistry - I was way off on the other problem. But I see how you got the answer...
- math! - george entered a function into his calculator andfound the following ...
- chemistry - calculate the empirical formula: 79.8%C and 20.2%H. what os the ...
- math - Find the mean, median, and modes of the data. Which average best ...
- alg2 (sequences) - how do i find the pattern for: -4,8,-12,16 if the last number...
- chemistry - A hydrate of strontium choloride contains 40.54% water. What is the...
- math - kelly solved the following problem on her recent math test 121/11+4*8=120...
- math - Name: Barbara Dillon Date: July 18 2010 1. Divide 90÷18 =5 Answer is 5 2...
- check! - Write a recursive formula that generates the terms of the following...