Math
posted by Jake .
Using only addition and subtraction, without changing the order of the digits, and having just three operations, form an equation out of 123456789 that equals 100.

1234567+89
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

i need help completing this MATH question!
ORDER OF OPERATIONS step 1. first do operations that accur within_____________. step 2. then evaluate_________. step 3. then do_________and_______from left to right. step 4. finally, do______and_______from left to right. here are your … 
math: and i really need help
3x(a5)=6 What is the value of a ? 3x(a5)=6 is x multiplication or variable multiplication Multiplication=* Division=/ 3x(a5)=6 3*(a5)=6 (3*a)+(3*5)=6 3a+1515=615 3a=9 3a/3=9/3 a=3 I hope this helps. I am not 100% sure this 
math
using digits 19 only once, multiply a 3 digit by a 2 digit number and get a 4 digit result 12*345=4140? 
Math
Using the definition of subtraction to determine the subtraction equations that are related to each of the following addition equation: a.8+7=n b.14+x=25 c.r+s=t my answers are this: a. n7=8 b.x=2514 c.ts=r did I do these right? 
Very easy math
my teacher told me that the inverse of addition was subtraction and that the inverse of subtraction was addition... could you prove it to me x = (1)x ((1)x)^1 I don't see how I'm suppose to get + x by taking the inverse of x i've … 
math
How can you make 34 by only using the digits 1, 2, 3, and 4? 
math
How can you make 7 by only using the digits 1, 2, 3, and 4? 
Algebra
An operation is commutative if you can change the order of the numbers involved without changing the result. Addition and multiplication are both commutative. Subtraction is not commutative: 2  1 is not equal to 1  2. So my question … 
mATH
Using order of operations, create a formula that = 8 using four 6's 6 ___ 6 ____ 6 ______6 =8 fill in the blanks. It's the only one we can't figure out without using five 6's (6/6) +(6/6) +6 = 8 
math
using exactly four 4s and only addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, write an expression that equals each of the numbers from 1 to 10. you do not have to use all the operations, and numbers such as 44 are permitted