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Numbers Please!. Tarpey Productions 2006. YOUR TITLE GOES HERE. Try to guess the number (less than 1000). a. The digits of the number add up to more than 12. It is an even number. It is a multiple of 3. Greater than half the number of grams in a kilogram. Less 30 squared.

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Tarpey Productions

2006

Try to guess the number (less than 1000)

• a. The digits of the number add up to more than 12.
• It is an even number.
• It is a multiple of 3.
• Greater than half the number of grams in a kilogram.
• Less 30 squared.
• One digit contains the number of feet in 3 yards.
• It has 2 digits that are the same.
• It is more than 9 times the number of US states.
• A 3 digit number
• More than the number of pounds in a ton divide by 4.
• It is divisible by 6
• It is divisible by 4.
• It has the same digit in the ones and hundreds place.

Try to guess the number (less than 1000)

• a. A number with the sum of the digits less than a dozen.
• A number with the digits in descending order.
• An odd number
• Less than 700.
• A number not containing the digit for the number of sides on a septagon.
• Not a multiple of 5
• A number with only odd digits
• A number containing no repeated digit
• A number with the digit in the hundreds place more than the number in a pair
• More than the number of states in the USA
• More than the number of pennies in a quarter.
• A multiple of three
• A number with at least 1 digit greater than the number of sides in a quadrilateral.

Try to guess the number (less than 1000)

• a. An even number.
• A multiple of 10.
• Between 30 and 300.
• Greater than 75.
• Less than 290.
• A number containing a digit greater than 5.
• A multiple of 3
• A multiple of 5
• A 3 digit number
• A number with the sum of its digits greater than 8.
• A number less than the number of pennies in 3 dollars
• A number containing the digit 2
• More than half of 500.