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**Complete My Math Problem
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Posted 10/21/07 , edited 10/21/07
Use the numbers 0 though 9 to fill in the blanks.
The number you place in the blank represents how many times you use the number that is underneath the blank. You can use the same number as many times as you want.


__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __
#0 #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9


Comment if you have figured out my math problem or if you do not understand the question.



First to solve is anarchyalchemy , GRATZ TO YOU!
If you still wish to figure it out on your own, avoid peeking at the correct answer posted by anarchyalchemy.
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Posted 10/21/07
I don't think you have explained it suffieciently. Are there any special rules? Does it have to form a certain number or stand for something else? Or is it a trick question and we can just randomly fill in blanks?
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Posted 10/21/07
If you can only use each number once then its impossible to use any number more than once. i.e. if you place a '3' on the one spot it means you have used the number 1 three times which you cant do.
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Posted 10/21/07
Whoops, my bad xD you can use the same number more than once. hehe....sorry Dx
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Posted 10/21/07
9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
#0 #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9
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Posted 10/21/07
I agree with Chocuqueen
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Posted 10/21/07
well....you get the jist 9 over 0 and zero over everything else
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Posted 10/21/07
8000000010

I think that does it.
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Posted 10/21/07

jadianne wrote:

9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
#0 #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9

you made one 9, but in the nine's blank you put a 0; if you made one 9, then you would have to put a 1 in the nine's blank

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Posted 10/21/07
If you have a 9 over the 0, you have to have a 1 over the 9.
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Posted 10/21/07
I don't get it.It's to confusing.Is there a point you need to get to?
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the nine is to go in the first blank, and zero in all the others.....is that wrong?
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Posted 10/21/07
oh ah....I see.......anarchyalchemy has a better idea of what is going on than I do :D

I don't really think these things through, just go with hunches
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Posted 10/21/07

anarchyalchemy wrote:

8000000010

I think that does it.


you used one 1, so you would have to put a 1 in the 1's blank, but that means you would have another 1, so you have two 1's, so you would have to put a 1 in the 2's blank, and so on
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