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I need to know the different ways numbers 1-9 can be used to equal twenty. Heres the kicker: it has to be 5 numbers (a +b + c + d + e) and none of the numbers can be duplicate.
Sounds like a combinatorics problem.
Based on a quick look, I think it's 6:
Could be others, but I think that's all, based on the givens in the problem.
EDIT: had missed one...
This post was edited by psubills62 13 months ago
I'd probably work for you.
OK, good to know?
I'm implying you are smarter than me if I didn't make that clear.
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