Here’s hoping this year will be better than the last one.

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I couldn’t resist checking your math by pasting it into a Google search bar, which had the side affect of googling the equation, which turned up this analysis:

I couldn’t resist checking your math by pasting it into a Google search bar, which had the side affect of googling the equation, which turned up this analysis:

https://blog.wolfram.com/2012/02/02/happy-109876-54321/

Good to know you’ve got 80 more years of solvable equations.

Nice find! I didn’t know about that article or the MoMath connection. I could also have written:

10*9*8+7*6+5*4*3*21

10*9+8*7*6*5+4*3*21

10-9*8-76+5*432*1

10-9*8-76+5*432/1

10-9+8*7+654*3+2+1

I chose the one I did because it seemed the prettiest.

I would be very happy to find myself feeling disappointed in 2102. ðŸ™‚

Incidentally, if you allow parentheses, the possibilities open up. For example:

(10-9-8+7*6)*5*4*3+2*1

10*(9-8)*7*6*5-4+3+2+1

10/(9-8)*7*6*5-4+3*2*1