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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.

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    [(3+1)*6]-3=17
    [4*6]-3=17
    20-3=17
    17=17

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    4 x 6 = 24, Laura. Sorry Lola, I can't figure it out either.

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