I will post seven new problems every weekend, one for each day of the week. The idea is that you work on your own during the week and I will post answers the following Saturday. For those of you who practiced with me last year, the process is similar.
Week of Oct 14 – Oct 20: Inequalities.
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Determine whether each of the statements is true or false. If false, provide an example that shows the statement is false.
Oct 14: If and , then .
Oct 15: If , then .
Oct 16: If , then .
Oct 17: If , then .
Oct 18: If and , then .
Oct 19: If , then .
Oct 20: If , then .
Week of Oct 7 – Oct 13: Equations.
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Oct 7: If , what is ?
Answer: , , .
Oct 8: Solve for : .
Oct 9: Solve for :
Oct 10: For what number , does the equation have infinitely many solutions for ?
Oct 11: For what numbers , does the equation have no solutions for ?
Oct 12: For what value of , can we not determine the value of ?
Oct 13: A number is twice its reciprocal. What is ?
Answer: . Therefore,
Week of Sept 30 – Oct 6: All to do with factors.
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Sept 30: Without doing the actual division, can you tell which of the following numbers is not divisible by 4?
2884, 201846, 9164, 7632, 79828
Oct 1: Without doing the actual division, can you tell which of the following numbers is not divisible by 8?
7248, 2018640, 100036, 1032, 88056
Oct 2: Without doing the actual division, can you tell which of the following numbers is divisible by 9?
4562, 56233, 12345678, 60231, 9671001
Oct 3: What is the smallest prime factor of ?
Oct 4: If 18 is a factor of , what other positive numbers must be factors of ?
Answer: 1, 2, 3, 6, 9
Oct 5: What is the units digit of the product of any five consecutive positive integers?
Oct 6: If the four-digit number is divisible by 6, what is the largest possible value of the digit ?