Using 6 random numbers, can you make ANY number using +, -, x, ÷?
Goal: To use 6 randomly generated numbers to create a given number using +, -, x, ÷, no parenthesis.
Example: You chose level 4. You will get six random numbers, and using the basic operations on them, try to get them to make 4. You can use less than 6 numbers, but the goal is to use all six.
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Almost any number can be made with any 6 single digit numbers and the basic operations, now is the time to prove it.
Similar to Krypto, or 24 type games, this takes it to another level, by adding extra digits and NO parenthesis. Start easy with single digit positive numbers. You do not have to use all six numbers your first time. Work up to it with a star ranking system. The hard levels incorporate negative integers and bigger possible results!
Great for use with kids in the classroom. An entertaining and enriching activity all ages can use to brush up on logic and math skills. A challenge from grade school to calculus.
You do not have to use all six numbers. Suitable for children of all ages.
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- May 02, 2012
- Jared Brzenski
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