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2-67.

Use the numbers $5$, $6$, and $7$ and the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and/or division to create three different number expressions with three different values. One of the expressions should have a value of $37$.

This problem is very similar to 2-21 on page 77 of your textbook.
Use that solution as a guide for solving this problem.

Think about the different numbers you can make by mathematically combining $5$, $6$, and $7$ in different ways.

Try experimenting with products that are near $37$, such as $(5)(6)$ and $(6)(7)$.