# A Fairly Simple Equation #2

I got a lot of positive feedback on my last puzzle, A Fairly Simple Equation (even though it was apparently a lot easier than I thought it would be!) So, I've got another similar puzzle.

General Rules (Updated):

1. You must insert the given numbers into the given equation, each number replacing a letter in the equation, to get the given output.

2. You may not combine, invert, or reverse numbers. This doesn't have the lateral thinking tag for a reason.

3. Parentheses, or a number and parentheses, mean multiplication if they're put together like this: $$(A+B)(C-D)$$ or this $$A(B+C)$$

4. Rounding to the nearest whole number is allowed unless stated otherwise.

5. Reversal of the order of the numbers in an addition or multiplication is not counted as a separate answer. $$(2+3)*4$$ and $$(3+2)*4$$ are considered the same solution, for example.

6. The Order of Operations applies.

Specific #2 Rules:

1. The given numbers are, for this puzzle, $$2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,$$ and $$11$$.
2. Two of the given numbers will not be used.
3. The given output is $$102$$.
4. I could only find one answer, although it's definitely possible there may be more.

The Equation: $$(A*(B+(C+D)*E))/(F/G)$$

Good Luck!

• Make sure to accept an answer if you think it is correct :) – Quintec Sep 24 '18 at 17:35
• To be extremely pedantic, it's not an equation but is an expression, since there's no equals sign to equate anything. – Harfatum Sep 24 '18 at 22:56