You have six chances to solve the daily equation in Nerdle, a social game, and you are encouraged to publish your solutions on social media if you succeed. Although it's a little trickier than Wordle, the word-based game that undoubtedly served as inspiration, you may quickly feel like a mathematical prodigy with some practice and patience, or by somewhat cheating with the solution list.
The guidelines are quite basic. You have six tries to correctly estimate the mathematical equation. To determine what numbers and mathematical signs are in the equation, enter your own accurate equation into each line. It will be highlighted in yellow if the number or sign is present in the equation but is in the incorrect location; green if it is in the proper location. The color will be gray if the equation contains neither a number nor a sign. Can you correctly estimate the target equation in six tries?