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I need to get 11222 using three 67 s (Sixty seven)

We can use any operation in any maner

67 67 67

use 3, 67's use any way but to get 11222.

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I'd guess this is a trick question around "using three, sixty-sevens" to get $11222$.

In particular, $67 + 67 = 134$, which is $11222$ in ternary (base $3$).

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+1, very nice :-) – joriki Nov 8 '12 at 10:57

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