Monday, October 29, 2007

I'm Sticking with Scripture

These are examples as to why I shouldn't be homeschooling.....

How many two digit numbers exist such that the when the product of its digits is added to the sum of its digits the result is equal to the orginal two digit number?


The area of two different rectangles is 360 square centimeters for each rectangle. The length and width for each triangle are positive integers. The length of the second rectangle is 12 cm greater than the first while its width is 5 cm less than the first. Find the difference of the perimeters of the two rectangles.


A, B, and C are consecutive digits. D and E are also consecutive digits. A, B, C, D, and E are all different digits. If B x DE = ABC, find the sum of A + B + C + D + E. (Note: C and D are not necessarily consecutive digits.

Go ahead.....I know some of you are dying to answer these (let me know the answers....I am still asking what letters and numbers have to do with each other!!)

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