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The Doing Part 
1
Aha !! 
Captain Quirk meets Alfy, Betty and Gemma 
– 3 aliens. There are two species of 
aliens Gibberish (who lie) and Ve...
Aha !! 
Betty: No 
Captain: Gemma, To which species does 
Betty belong? 
Gemma: Veracitor 
Captain: That settles it – we k...
4 
Flex your brain cells 
Solve the following: 
 ABCD x 4 = DCBA 
 ON x 4 = GO 
 The number AABB in Base 10 is a perfe...
5 
Magic and magic 
Make a 4x4 magic square 
I want to arrange 15 cards as follows: 
4 
5 9 Arrange the cards such 
that...
What did the farmer buy? 
A cow costs Rs 10, a pig Rs 3 and sheep 
50p. (Well – accept the prices for now!) 
A farmer buys...
7 
What is wrong here? 
a = b =1 
a2 = ab 
a2 – b2 = a2 – ab 
(a+b)(a-b) = a (a-b) 
Canceling (a-b) on both sides, we get ...
8 
How does this work? 
Cat 
Rhinoceros 
Leopard 
Lion 
Rattlesnake 
Elephant 
Tiger 
Porcupine 
Hippo-potamus 
Donkey 
At...
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Mathematics high school level quiz Part II

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Mathematics high school level quiz Part II

  1. 1. The Doing Part 1
  2. 2. Aha !! Captain Quirk meets Alfy, Betty and Gemma – 3 aliens. There are two species of aliens Gibberish (who lie) and Veracitors (who say the truth) Captain to Alfy: To which species does Betty belong? Alfy: Gibberish Captain to Betty: Do Alfy and Gemma belong to different species? 2
  3. 3. Aha !! Betty: No Captain: Gemma, To which species does Betty belong? Gemma: Veracitor Captain: That settles it – we know which one of these belongs to which species 3 Do you know?
  4. 4. 4 Flex your brain cells Solve the following:  ABCD x 4 = DCBA  ON x 4 = GO  The number AABB in Base 10 is a perfect square of an integer x. Find x.
  5. 5. 5 Magic and magic Make a 4x4 magic square I want to arrange 15 cards as follows: 4 5 9 Arrange the cards such that each card is the difference between the two cards immediately below it
  6. 6. What did the farmer buy? A cow costs Rs 10, a pig Rs 3 and sheep 50p. (Well – accept the prices for now!) A farmer buys 100 animals and atleast one animal of each kind, spending a total of Rs.100. How many of each animal did he buy? 6
  7. 7. 7 What is wrong here? a = b =1 a2 = ab a2 – b2 = a2 – ab (a+b)(a-b) = a (a-b) Canceling (a-b) on both sides, we get (a + b) = a 2 = 1 !!! Prove that P4 + 4 is always a composite number for any p >1
  8. 8. 8 How does this work? Cat Rhinoceros Leopard Lion Rattlesnake Elephant Tiger Porcupine Hippo-potamus Donkey At a party, the Children take turns Choosing an animal. They spell out the Name as you tap successive point of the 10-pointed star. You must start at rattlesnake and move clockwise. As the child spells the last letter of their animal, You Tap the correct animal

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