# Using Arithmetic Signs

One of our regular visitor Aisharya Rana contributed this puzzle, which I found interesting. Hence I’m posting here to be pondered upon by all. Post your answers as comments below –

### Arithmetic Puzzle

In this puzzle you need to insert any arithmetic sign in between the same digit (from 1 to 9) repeated thrice. The final result should be 6 in each case. I’m doing one for illustration –

2      2      2 = 6

can be expressed as –

2 + 2 + 2 = 6

Solve the following yourself –

1      1      1 = 6
2      2      2 = 6
3      3      3 = 6
4      4      4 = 6
5      5      5 = 6
6      6      6 = 6
7      7      7 = 6
8      8      8 = 6
9      9      9 = 6

Remember, each equation can be solved in more than one way. Post your answers in the comment section below.

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## 9 thoughts to “Using Arithmetic Signs”

1. Quite interesting puzzles. Had difficulty with some, but anyway solved all. was not able to solve (1+1+1)!=6. Answer is provided by Ritesh

8^(1/3)+8^(1/3)+8^(1/3) = 6

3. RITESH KUMAR PANDEY says:

(1+1+1)!=6

4. Harshit says:

Every puzzle has been solved except first one so I am posting that solution:
(1+1+1)!=6

5. 2+2+2=6
3*3-3=6
4+4-√4=6
5÷5+5=6
6÷6*6=6
7-7÷7=6
8-8^0-8^0=6
√9*√9-√9=6

6. 2+2+2=6
3*3-3=6
4+4-√4=6
5÷5+5=6
6÷6*6=6
7-7÷7=6
8-8^0-8^0=6
√9*√9-√9=6

7. 2+2+2=6
3*3-3=6
4+4-√4=6
5÷5+5=6
6÷6*6=6
7-7÷7=6
8-8^0-8^0=6
√9*√9-√9=6

8. Biswaranjan says:

3×3-3 = 6
6+6-6 = 6