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**2) In the hundred's place he remembers the number is 3 times the
number in the thousand's place.**

**3) He said the number in the one's place is 4 times the number in
the ten's place.**

**4) Finally he said the number 2 is sitting in the thousand's place.**

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**2) How many fewer metres across is Marie's camera lens than George's?**

**3) Around how many of George's camera lens' would fit across mine?**

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**You need to know the exchange rate. How many rubles you can get per
one Canadian dollar?**

**So if the question now reads, "How many Russian rubles can you buy
with $300.00 Canadian knowing the exchange rate of 20 rubles/Canadian dollar.
What would be your answer?**

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**b) Try making your own figure on the same geoboard with the same
turn symmetry.**

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**Mark accidentally tore out a page of his math book. Mr. Mason asked
him what page it was. Mark said that the sum of the page numbers on the
facing pages was 127. What are the page numbers on the pages Mark tore
out of the book?**

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**b) If you saved $2.00 on January 1, $4.00 on February 1, $8.00 on
March 1, $16.00 on April 1, and so on. How much money would you save in
one year?**

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**What is the number you started with?**

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**How many standard size cars were in the parking lot?**

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**Put the remaining numbers from 0 to 15 in the 16 small squares. The
sum of the four numbers in each row, column and two diagonals must be 30.**

15 | | | 12 ----+----+----+---- | 10 | 9 | ----+----+----+---- | | | 11 ----+----+----+---- 3 | | | 0

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**Jason was trying to think of a number that he could put on his that
had the same rotational synmetry (looks the same turned upside down). What
is the next larger number that has this property?**

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**If it were 3m shorter and 3 m wider it would be a square.**

**What are the dimensions of the rectangular table?**

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**CHART GIVEN:**

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**The ferryboat made five trips across the river and was full on each
trip. It carried a total of 42 cars and trucks across the river.**

**How many cars did the ferryboat carry altogether in the five trips?**

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SPART x 4 ---------- TRAPS

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**Who is Cheri's father?**

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**One of these things does not belong here, one of these things is
not the same. Can you tell which cube?**

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