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What if we had an equation where the numbers on one side of the equation didn't change but the arithmetic operations among the numbers did? As the operations change, the result on the other side would change, too.

To solve an operator search puzzle, you need to find the operations that make the equation have a desired result. Keep reading to see a few examples with strategies used to solve them, or jump ahead to today's challenge if you feel ready.

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