Brent … let me help you with your math problem

4/4 = 1, (4+4)/4=2, 4-4^(4-4)=3, where ^ means to the power of, 4^1=4, 4+(4/4)=5, 4+(4+4)/4=6, 4+4-4^(4-4)=7 4×4-(4+4)=8, 4+4+4^(4-4)=9, and finally 4+4-(4+4)/4=10.

I wouldn’t want your math memories to distract your attention from the road.

All the best to both of you.  Ride on.

 

Brian Dalziel (sorry, a math teacher)

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