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How do you make 24 using the numbers 22, 21, 2, and 2. You can only use each number once, as well as only use addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

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  1. anonymous
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    21 + 2 = 23, 23 x 2 = 46, 46 - 22 = 24

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    thank you~

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    i had it then i lost it and it was killing me

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    I know, I had a bunch of people trying and we all couldn't get it. We were dying to know how

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    i loved challenge 24

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