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1-126.

Use each of the digits $2, 3, 5$, and $8$ once with any combination of$+, −, ·, ÷,$ or $( )$ to write an expression with a value of $104$. Note that you can repeat operations, but not numbers.

Try dividing $104$ by one of these numbers, and then see if you can use the remaining numbers to get that value.
Remember there are multiple ways to use these numbers to get $104$!

$104 ÷ 8 = 13$
How can you use the remaining numbers to get $13$?