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Mathematics Problem Solving

Volume 5, Number 25, March 27, 2000

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**Consider
the Possibilities**

1. The
Community Helpers Club never misses a weekly meeting. What is the
greatest number of meetings that the club could have in March? What is
the least number?

2. Brittany bought a
half gallon of Mustard Mania Ice Cream at the local supermarket. The
cost was $4.28 cents. She paid for it with a five dollar bill. What was
the greatest number of coins she could have received as the proper
change? What is the least number?

3. All we know for sure
is that Elton ate an average of 2 hamburgers a day in January. What is
the greatest possible number of hamburgers that he might have eaten on
January 15?

4. Seth baked a cherry
pie. He claims that he ate 1/2 of the pie, Julie ate 2/8 of the pie,
and Anthony ate 25/100 of the pie. Is that possible?
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