**Hardest Math Riddle - 30 January**

Create a number using only the digits 4,4,3,3,2,2,1 and 1. So i can only be eight digits. You have to make sure the ones are separated by one digit, the twos are separated by two digits the threes are separated with three digits and the fours are separated by four digits

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41312432

ReplyDeleteNo 12341234

Deleteacuttally its both

Deletetheyre just backwards

It's not the 12341234 one because the 4s are three didgits away from each other not four but the first one is right

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DeleteSeriously? I though up my own:

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THE AMOUNT OF DIGITS BETWEEN NUMBERS DEPENDS ON THEIR NUMERICAL VALUE. You need ONE space between the 1s, TWO spaces between the 2s, etc. STICK TO THE LIMIT, YOU CANNOT USE MORE THAN THE GIVEN AMOUNT OF SPACES.

DeleteTherefore the answer would be 41312432.

LOL mad bro?

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Deletethere is only one digit between your (abid) 2s but everything else would work

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DeleteThe ones have to be separated by only one digit; a reason why 12341234 wouldn't work.

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Deletebut anonymous, your answer is even wrong as the 1's,2's,3's and 4's are not separated by 1,2,3,4 digits respectively.

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Delete23421314 OR 41312432 U C V MUST GIV COMPLETE ANSWER

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ReplyDelete23421314 or 41312432

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ReplyDeletedid not look...i'm just smart like that :)

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ReplyDeletehow can you get it wrong!

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ReplyDeleteits not to hard it take me 5 minutes

to get the answer!!

Hi,

ReplyDeleteI would like to share with you a new app that i found:

4444 math riddle

This app is based upon a classical problem that is most commonly formulated as follows:

"Given no more than four instances of the digit 4,

represent all integers using a finite number of

mathematical symbols and operators in common use."

In this app, you get 216 riddles (numbers) which can be expressed by four 4's and basic operation:

Acceptable symbols and operators

+ addition

- subtraction

* multiplication

/ division

sqrt4 square root of 4

^4 power of 4

! factorial, eg: n! = n * (n-1) * (n-2) * ... * 2 * 1

. decimal point (.4 or .44)

Create simple math arguments and try to find all the numbers.

Example:

The number 1 can be expressed by 4/4 (the total number of four is always up to 4)

This app is suitable for high school / university students and for people who love mathematics and numbers riddles.

Enjoy!

41,312,432 but there might be others

ReplyDelete41,312,432 but there might be others

ReplyDelete# include

ReplyDeleteusing namespace std;

template

bool notyet(T *arr,int size)

{ for(int i=0;i(arr,8))

{ swap(arr[rand()%8],arr[rand()%8]);

for(int i=0;i<8;i++)

{ cout<<arr[i];

}

cout<<endl;

}

for(int i=0;i<8;i++)

{ cout<<arr[i]<<endl;

}

}

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ReplyDeleteThe "3's" are only separated by two digits

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ReplyDeleteI got it straight away!!!

Erm...would like to know... HOW?!! I thought it was 41312432....

DeleteSomeone that is kinda smart!! That's just wrong! You didn't get the problem at all!

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ReplyDeleteMust be?? 41312432

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ReplyDeletewrong it says the 1's has to be 1 digit away not at least 1 digit and the 2's have to be 2 digits away not at least

the 3's are correct

but the 4's have to be 4 digits away not less than 4 digits

Nailed it!

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same as above..

ReplyDeleteI didn't feel like doing the math, thanks people in the comment section you made my day a lot lazier ^.^

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ReplyDelete1onedigit12twodigits23threedigits34fourdigits4

ReplyDelete23421314 is one answer. I wrote down each allowed combination and checked till I got above answer. Is there a more deterministic way (like solving equations) to do this ?

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