Place appropriate math operator[ ,-,/,x.. etc] and prove the equation
1 1 1 = 6
U CAN USE CUBE ROOT, SQUARE, CUBE ETC. BUT DONT USE ALGEBRIC EXPRESSION. AND U R ALSO NOT ALLOW TO USE FACTORIAL "!".
I am stumped. Please let me know what the answer is... Got my brain fried just trying to get there.
As I read the question, it seems that we are allowed to use exponents (U can use... square, cube, etc.). If this is true then 1*1*1 = 6^0.
If we could use factorials then (1+1+1)! = 6, but you said that was a no no.
Otherwise, I have no idea.
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