# The most difficult in history to count at 24 o'clock

The most difficult in history to count at 24 o'clock

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1. Ellis says:

Score class: 3377, 3388, 1555
In the total solution: 2379, 678 (10), 3569, 2589, 2468, 248 (10)
Large number category: 44 (10) (10), 10), 10), 10), 10) 3578
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2. Rogelio says:

24 points of 1, 5, 5, 5:
1: (5-1 1 ÷ 5) × 5
2: (5- (1 ÷ 5)) × 5
3: 5 × ( 5-1 ÷ 5)
4: 5 × (5- (1 ÷ 5))

2, 7, 8, 9 Answer:
1: (2 × (2 × (2 × (2 × (2 × (2 × (2 × (2 × (2 × (2 × (2 × (2 × (2 × (2 × 7 9)) -8
2: 2 × (7 9) -8
3: (2 × (9 7)) -8
4: 2 × (9 7) - 8
5: (7 9) × 2 -8
6: ((7 9) × 2) -8
7: (9 7) × 2 -8
8: ((9 7) × 2) -8

4, 6, 10 Answer:
1: 6 ÷ 4 × (6 10)
2: (6 ÷ 4) × (6 10)
3: 6 ÷ (4 ÷ (6 10))
4: 6 ÷ 4 × (10 6)
5: ( 6 ÷ 4) × (10 6)
6: 6 ÷ (4 ÷ (10 6))
7: (6 × (6 10)) ÷ 4
8: 6 × ( 6 10) ÷ 4
9: 6 × ((6 10) ÷ 4)
10: (6 10) ÷ 4 × 6
11: ((6 10) ÷ 4) × 6
12: (6 10) ÷ (4 ÷ 6)
13: (6 10) × 6 ÷ 4
14: ((6 10) × 6) ÷ 4
15: (6 10) × (6 ÷ 4)
16: (6 × (10 6)) ÷ 4
17: 6 × (10 6) ÷ 4
18: 6 × ((10 6) ÷ 4)
19: (10 6) ÷ 4 × 6
20: ((10 6) ÷ 4) × 6
21: (10 6) ÷ (4 ÷ 6)
22: (10 6) × 6 ÷ 4
23: ((10 6) × 6) ÷ 4
24: (10 6) × (6 ÷ 4)

3. Ramiro says:

Pay content for time limit to check for freenAnswer 1, 5, 5, 5 24 points Answer: 1: (5-1 ÷ 5) × 5 2: (5- (1 ÷ 5)) × 5 3: 5 × (5-1 ÷ 5)

4. Horace says:

3 3 7 7 This kind is the hardest.

5. Tamara says:

1.4/(1-5/6) = 24 6/(5/4-1) = 24
2. (1 10)*3-9 = 24 (10 1)*3-9 = 24
3. (5-1/5)*5 = 24 5*(5-1/5) = 24
4. (2-10)*(7-10) = 24 (7 10)* 2-10 = 24 (7-10)*(2-10) = 24 (10-2)*(10-7) = 24
(10 7)*2-10 = 24 (10-77 )*(10-2) = 24

5. (2-7 8)*8 = 24 (2 8-7)*8 = 24 (7-8/2)*8 = 24 (7*8-8)/2 = 24 (8 2-7)*8 = 24
8*(2-7 8) = 24 8*(2 8-7) = 24 (8 -7 2)*8 = 24 (8*7-8)/2 = 24 8*(7-8/2) = 24 8*(8 2-7) = 24
8*(8- 7 2) = 24

chess and card puzzle games. The four digital operations are required to be equal to twenty -four. Let's play together! This game is easier to play with poker cards. Take a pair of cards and draw the queen of the size (you can also take J/Q/K for the first time), and the remaining 40 cards are left (1 with 1 instead of A). Exclude 4 cards (referred to as card groups) at will, use, subtract, multiply, divide (can add brackets, high -level players can also use the operation of the party) to count the number on the card surface 24. Each card must be used only once. If the drawn is 3, 8, 8, and 9, then the calculation is (9-8) × 8 × 3 = 24. (For reference only online)