7th grade math
posted by Isabel .
Keeping the numbers in exact order, add perentheses, exponents, multiplication, subtraction, divison and addition to make this expression equal 100.
3,5,6,2,54, and 5.
Thank you!

Try to break up the problem into smaller pieces.
For example, 54+5=59, so can you make 41 from 3,5,6,2?
If not, try using 545=49. See if you can make 51 from 3,5,6,2.
You are allowed to use exponents, for example, 6^2=36. 
I still don't really understand! :)

If you can make 51 from 3,5,6,2 then the result will be
(51)+545=100
I also gave you the hint that 6^2=36, that means you need to make 15 with the rest. 
Ok thanks! NOW i get it :)

You're welcome! Keep up the good work!

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