# SOLUTION: using only even digits, come up with an odd number for an answer. arrange eight 8s so they will total 1000. using the same number three times, come up with an answer of 15 (canno

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Numbers Word Problems Question 166220: using only even digits, come up with an odd number for an answer. arrange eight 8s so they will total 1000. using the same number three times, come up with an answer of 15 (cannot use 5 +5+5)Answer by Mathtut(3670)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!well, I can answer one of these and it is only difficult in the sense that it takes a little outside of the box thinking as I am sure do the other problems. 8+8+8+88+888=1000 simple when you see it but easy to go thru alot of other : choices before one comes up with this