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Use the number 5 three times, 55+5=60

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√400+√400+√400=60

L.h.s

√400=20

So three ×√400=20+20+20

20+20+20=60..RHS

60+6-6÷60

3.91486764117×3.91486764117×3.91486764117=60

60-60+60

you didnt have an addition sign

This does not help

YES, that’s what I thought!

The riddle is worded, “Using the same three numbers and one plus sign, make an equation that the sum of its 60…and you can’t use the number 20.”

The answer is 55+5=60.

Yeah but 55 is one number 5 is 1 number where is there third number

There’s 3 5’s in 55+5=60

Technically the same number was used 3 times.

You can do 40+20 or 10 times 6

20 times 3

no bc they aren’t all 3 of the same numbers

-60-(-60)-(-60)=60

55+5=5

60+6-6

60+60-60=60

60+60-60