Mathematics Problem Solving
Volume 5, Number 26, April 3, 2000
1. I am a number. If you divide the number of feet in a mile by the number of ounces in a pint by the number of pennies in a dime and add the number of nickels in a dollar, you’ll arrive at my value. What am I?
2. I am a two digit number. I am a palindrome. I am the sum of two single digit numbers. What am I?
3. I am a two digit number. If you round me to the nearest hundred, my value will increase by ten. What am I?
4. I am a two digit number. The sum of my digits equals five. I am an odd number. I am the greatest number that meets this description. What am I?
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