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### Tammy says

79 unless this is a trick question. :) Because Hubpages is telling my my answer is too short and I must make it longer, I am attaching this needless statement.

### huntnfish says

If you had written it backwards instead, say 69 - 56 + 34 - 9 * 14, then you might have had some dissension between answers due to order of operations

### John Connor says

I would conclude that there are an infinite amount of answers; ten of them are, namely (1) 14 X 9-34+56-69 (2) 79 (3) 81-2 (4) 39 X 2 + 1 (5) the 22nd prime number

(6) A lucky prime (7) A permutable prime, with ninety-seven (8) A Pillai prime, because 23! + 1 is divisible by 79, but 79 is not one more than a multiple of 23

(9) The dull yet regular prime and last but not least, (10) in cryptology terms, perhaps the letter V which could also signify Victory!

Quite a different premise!

### Amanda Gee says

I'm agreeing lol it's 79. :) :) :) Not sure why it has a requirement as to the length of a response.

Have to think about a harder equation the next time. This is TOO easy! Everyone has the correct answer!