Directions: Using the digits 0-9 at most once, create a true statement.

### Hint

How might the four be important in this equation?

### Answer

Any combination of 3 factors that equal 28 in any order, including:

(1×4)+(3×4)+(24×4)

(2×4)+(7×4)+(19×4)

(3×4)+(4×4)+(21×4)

(4×4)+(5×4)+(19×4)

(5×4)+(6×4)+(17×4)

(6×4)+(7×4)+(15×4)

(7×4)+(8×4)+(13×4)

(1×4)+(3×4)+(24×4)

(2×4)+(7×4)+(19×4)

(3×4)+(4×4)+(21×4)

(4×4)+(5×4)+(19×4)

(5×4)+(6×4)+(17×4)

(6×4)+(7×4)+(15×4)

(7×4)+(8×4)+(13×4)

Source: Nova Katz

I did 9×4+9×4+10×4=112

You used the 9 twice, you can only use it one time…

4×3, 4×0, 4×25= 112

i did 3×4 9×4 16×4