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The following is a riddle, that is not so easy as it seems. Using the numbers 1, 3, 4, 6 only once, you must use any of the functions (addition, multiplication, division, subtraction) in order to form the number 24. Good luck!

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This will work to get 24:

$6/(1-3/4)$

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