# Plus/Minus Challenge

$\Large 1 \ \square \ 2 \ \square \ 3 \ \square \ 4 \ \square \ 5 \ \square \ 6 \ \square \ 7 = 0$

Can you fill in the boxes with $\large +$ and $\large -$ to make this equation true?

Bonus: Can you generalize your answer to $1 \ \square \ 2 \ \square \cdots \square \ n = 0$?

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