Use all four of the numbers and any operation. Use 2,3,4,6 to equal these numbers:

41, 47 and 53

Rules:

1. It must follow the order of operations.

2. You can use any operation: $+,\text{}-,\text{}\times ,\text{}\xf7$

3. You can also use grouping symbols (parentheses)

4. You can also use ANY operation on a calculator.

5. Exponents, factorials, decimal points, and square root are all allowed.

6. The Tricky Part, you have to use ALL 4 numbers and can not use a number more than once.

7. Remember, they are digits, so 3 and 6 can not be made INTO the number 36.

8. Reminder, using the number two as an exponent COUNTS as you using the number two.

41, 47 and 53

Rules:

1. It must follow the order of operations.

2. You can use any operation: $+,\text{}-,\text{}\times ,\text{}\xf7$

3. You can also use grouping symbols (parentheses)

4. You can also use ANY operation on a calculator.

5. Exponents, factorials, decimal points, and square root are all allowed.

6. The Tricky Part, you have to use ALL 4 numbers and can not use a number more than once.

7. Remember, they are digits, so 3 and 6 can not be made INTO the number 36.

8. Reminder, using the number two as an exponent COUNTS as you using the number two.