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**Doug arranged these blocks in a special way.**was just right of What is the order? touched only touched only 1**Answer:**1**What are the next three letters in the sequence?**O, T, T, F, F, S, S, ?, ?, ? 23**Answer:**O, T, T, F, F, S, S, E, N, T two one four ten three six five nine eight seven 23**Place one multiplication sign between the numerals to make**statement true. 492370 = 344,610 ? x 21**Answer:**4923 x 70 = 344,610 x 21**B**If you saw a B in front of two B’s, a B between two B’s, and a B behind two B’s, how many B’s would you see? 7**Answer:**You would see three B’s. B B B 7**Place 1 addition sign and**1 subtraction sign between the numerals to make a true statement. 3591053 = 257 ? + - 16**Answer:**359-105+3 = 257 - + 16**A bus driver picked up 23 passengers along his bus route.**Only 1 passenger got off the bus before the end of the line. At the end of the route, there were still 23 people on the bus. How is this possible? 22**Answer:**There were 24 people to begin with – 23 and the driver. 22**= 18**If and = 54 = ? Then 8**Answer:**= 75 3 circles equal 36, so each circle is 12. This means that 4 circles is 48. 2 squares are 18, so each square is 9. This means that 3 squares is 27. 48 + 27 = 75 8**Albert, Barry, and Chuck are married to Doris, Eunice, and**Flo. Doris’s sister is married to Chuck. Albert has never met Flo, who is an only child. Who is married to whom? 25**Answer:**Barry is married to Flo. Albert is married to Doris. Chuck is married to Eunice. 25**What is the maximum number of sections this square can be**divided into by drawing 4 straight lines? 31**Answer:**The square can be divided into 11 sections 3 2 1 4 7 6 5 9 8 10 11 31**Place 2 addition signs between the numerals to make a true**statement. 3925178 = 242 ? + + 17**Answer:**39+25+178 = 242 + + 17**Number Bubbles**Using the numbers 1-7, make the numbers going down and diagonally add up to 12. 9**Answer:**2 3 1 4 7 5 6 9**Bessie the Bookworm found two delicious books side by side**on a shelf. She started eating at page 1 of the first book, and ate to the last page of the second book. Each cover is 1/8 of an inch thick, and the pages of each book, not counting the covers are 2 inches thick. How far did Bessie go? AB**Answer:**Bessie ate 4 ¼ inches. The first page of Book 1 and the last page of Book 2 are separated only by covers! (Set two books in order on a shelf and see!!!) Book 2”+ cover ⅛”+ cover ⅛”+ book 2” = 4 = 4 ¼ 2/8 AB**This balance scale has 5-gram and 2-gram weights on it.**How can you rearrange the weights so that the scale balances? 2 2 2 5 5 2 13**Answer:**Move a 5-gram weight from the left-hand pan to the right-hand pan, then move a 2-gram weight from the right-hand pan to the left-hand pan. 5 2 2 5 2 2 13**A jeweler charges $1 to open a link of a chain and $2 to**weld it back together. What is the least that could be charged to join the pieces below? They need to make a circular chain. 36**Answer:**$9; break the three links in one chain and use them to join the other three chains. 3($1) + 3($2) = $9 36**The Number Ring**1 Childless millionaire Linus Loot decided to leave his fortune to whichever one of his four nephews could solve the following puzzle. “I have numbered the circles in this ring from 1 to 11. Number the circles in the second ring from 1 to 11 in such an order that if the second ring is placed over the first ring in any position, right side up or inverted, at least one number will be at the same location in both rings. There are 4 possible solutions.” 11 2 10 3 9 4 8 5 7 6 11**Answer:**1 1 1 1 7 8 9 10 4 5 3 6 4 2 6 8 9 7 5 11 8 11 6 3 7 5 10 2 11 7 4 3 10 9 2 6 9 3 2 8 10 4 5 11 11**Arrange the numbers 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42, 48, and 54 to**get the sum of 90 across, down, and diagonally. ? ? ? ? 30 ? ? ? ? 30**Answer:**36 42 12 6 30 54 48 18 24 30**Answer:**You should see 8 triangles. 20**There is one letter on each face of the blocks. Suppose you**walk around the stacks of blocks. How many letters will you see? Z Z A I Z Z Z Z P W Z Q V Z Z Z H B B B B B B Y B B U B B B O B X K G L F M E C D R J S B T A N 24**Answer:**You will see 47 letters. 6 blocks have 4 faces visible. 9 blocks have 2 faces visible. 1 block has 5 faces visible. 6 x 4 = 24 9 x 2 = 18 + 1 x 5 = 5 47 24**Rita had 2 coins in her purse.**They totaled 35¢. One of the coins was not a dime. How was this possible? 27**Answer:**A dime & quarter. 1 coin was not a dime, but the other coin was. 27**1**Place the numbers 1-14 (but not 8) into the wheel, so that any 3 numbers in a row adds up to 22. 7 32**Answer:**1 9 2 3 10 7 11 4 5 12 13 6 14 32**How many times during a day are the hands of the clock**perpendicular? * Only the hour and minute hands. 4**Answer:**Approximately 44 times 4**Approximately how many minutes old were you on your first**Birthday? 8**Answer:**About 525,600 minutes old on your first birthday. (365)(24)(60) 365d 24h 60m 1 yr 1d 1hr 8**Five boys ran a 440 yard dash. A came in first. B came in**last. If D was ahead of C, and E was just behind him. Who came in second? Write down the order of the finishers. 34**Answer:**D came in second. The order is A D C E B first last 34**Arrange 7 coins to form 5 rows of**3 coins each. 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 29**OR**25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 29**Answer:**x x x 6