[SOLVED] Let's see some creativity!
Without using "+" make the number 9 using only three 3's, and no other digits using any mathematical symbol you want. So "3+3+3=9" and similar expressions are off limits.
Here are a couple of the examples I've found so far: \[\frac{3^3}{3}\]\[\sqrt{3^3\cdot3}\]I know of several more possibilities (not including various possible applications of negation). Which ones can you get?
PS: \(-(-\sqrt{3^3\cdot3})\), \(-(-3-3-3)\) and similar don't count.

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\[\sqrt {3 \times 3} \times 3\]

\[3^0 \times 3 \times 3\]

\[\sqrt{3!3!3!}\]

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