By Zbigniew Romanowicz, Tom eMusic, Bartholomew Dyda

ISBN-10: 1623210283

ISBN-13: 9781623210281

100 Math Brainteasers (Grade 7-10) is a refined number of 100 mathematics, algebra, and geometry assignments, which successfully teach the brain in math abilities. it will likely be useful for college kids attending highschool and in addition in education for Mathematical competitions or Olympiads at a more youthful age. The assignments can both be utilized in the study room or in extracurricular actions. the thrill and video games are pleasant, unique, and fixing them is much more stress-free because of the humorous illustrations.

Most of the maths difficulties don't require any unheard of mathematical talent, yet in particular, they problem one's creativity and skill to imagine logically. just a couple of solicit the information of algebraic expressions and principles of geometry.

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86. ERASED MARKS If we erase 3 marks from an ordinary 6-in long ruler, and remove 3 numbers written below them (as in the figure below), we will get a new ruler consisting of four marks. Using this ruler, we will also be able to measure in integers each distance from 1 to 6 in. , because such is the distance between the remaining marks 4 and 6. What maximum number of marks and numbers can we remove from an 11-in ruler, and yet be able to measure each distance from 1 inch up to 11? Draw such a ruler.

WAX CLOCKS We are given three candles, the first of which burns out in 4 minutes, the second one in 5 minutes, and the third in 9 minutes. How can we possibly measure 6 minutes by lighting and blowing out the candles? Our assumption holds that both lighting and blowing out take place instantly. 12. A PECULIAR NUMBER SEQUENCE Does a sequence of 11 integers other than zero exists and whose sum of seven successive terms is always positive, whereas the sum of all its terms is a negative number? Clue: Does an a, b, c three-term sequence exist in which a + b + c < 0, but a + b > 0 and b + c > 0?

Integer m is the square of a certain two-digit number, and it ends with 5. Is the third digit from last of this m number even or odd? 20. GREAT CONTEST FOR AUTHORS OF MATH PROBLEMS Ten 6th grade pupils submitted 35 interesting math problems of their own. Among the participants, there was at least one person who submitted one problem, at least one that submitted two, and at least one submitted three. The most entries have been submitted by Steve. What is the smallest possible number of problems he could have submitted?