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Mathematics Problem Solving
Volume 5, Number 28, May 1, 2000

Which Is Possible?

Three of the answers could not be correct. Which one could be correct?

1. I am thinking of a number. The number is the product of an integer and an even number. That number is _____.

a. 45
b. 1/2
c. .13
d. 0

2. I am multiplying a mystery number times zero. The product is __________.

a. > 0
b. < 12
c. An odd number
d. 500

3. I am adding 5 plus 9 plus a number that is greater than 43. The sum is __________.

a. 75
b. 17
c. 44
d. 57

4. There are three socks in my drawer. If I take any sock out, the remaining pair will be a perfect match. This is true:

a. One sock is red, one is blue, and one is purple.
b. Two socks are white and one is green.
c. None of the socks are the same size.
d. All the socks are orange.RHL School - Free Worksheets and MoreCopyright 2000 RHL







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