# Answer to Question #354 in Algebra for Charlie

Question #354

How do you get to the answer 16 if you start with 5 and you have to use +6, +3, -1, -4, divided by 2, divided by 3, multiplied by 2 and multiplied by 4? (you have to use all of the above)

Expert's answer

Try to use this, it will probably help you in your Algebra homework.

(((5*2)/2 + 6 + 3 - 1)*4 - 4)/3 = 16.

(((5*2)/2 + 6 + 3 - 1)*4 - 4)/3 = 16.

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