
IMP 2 POW 3: Divisor Counting. I. Problem statement: This POW is all about finding information and patterns about the way divisors of certain numbers are found and expressed. In this POW when we talk about divisors we usually are counting the number of divisors that a number has. The divisor is a number that a number can be divided by, of course every number is divisible by every other number but in these problems we are only talking about whole, positive numbers. Every number is divisible
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9/12/10 IMP POW Linear Nim In this POW, we had to play a game called Linear Nim. In this game, we drew 10 lines on a paper, and we had to take turns crossing out 1, 2, or 3 of the marks. The person that crossed out the last mark was the winner. The first task of this POW was to find a winning strategy for this game. After we found this out, we were supposed to make variations to the game, for instance starting with more or less marks, or allowing a player to cross out more or less marks
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Zack Kirkpatrick IMP 2 POW 2; Tying the Knots Problem Statement: A couple wants gto get married but to do so a ritual must be completed. This ritual includes 6 strings. The ends of each of these strings must be tied to one another on both ends. If the strings make one large loop they can get married, anything else however will result in them having to wait. The problem is whether or not hey will get married. The best way to find this answer is to find combinations of diffierent loops
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Pow 14 imp 1. conner Douglas 1. Problem statement. A wealthy king has 8 bags of gold that gives to some of his most trusted friends. All the bags have the same weight and the same amount of coins in the bags is all of the gold in the kingdom. Although, the king herd that a local woman received a gold coin. The king knew that it had to be one of his coins so he wanted to find the lightest bag in 3 weightings. But his court mathematician thought it could be done in less, so I need to find
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POW:6 The Haybaler Problem Problem Statement: You bought 5 bales of hay but they weighed them in pairs not individually like they used to. The bales of hay could be matched up in any combination like, 1 and 2, 1 and 3, 1 and 4, and so on. The salesperson did not keep track of the weight of each bale of hay. Your job is to find out the weight of each bale of hay using combinations, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 90, and 91. Remember there are 5 punkins and you can only make combinations of 2
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, as suggested. I used the same process for POW 13, as I did for the mini POW. The process is as follows: 1. Corey starts the trip with 1,000 bananas. 2. She travels 200 miles, she’s left with 800 bananas. She stashes 600 bananas at 200 mile point, keeping 200 the trip back. 3. Corey picks up another 1,000 bananas. 4. She travels 200 miles, she has 800 left. She then picks up 200 from the bananas stashed. She now carries 1000 bananas and has 400 more stashed. 5. She travels an additional 333 1/3
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IMP POW 1: The Broken Eggs Problem Statement: A farmer’s cart hits a pothole, causing all her eggs to fall out and break. Luckily, she is unhurt. To cover the cost of the eggs, her insurance agent needs to know how many she had. She can’t remember the number, but can remember some problems she had when packing the eggs. When she put the eggs in groups of two to six eggs, there was always one left over. However, in groups of seven, there were none left over. From what she knows, how can she
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POW 9: Around the Horn Problem Statement During the time of crossing the overland trail, many people instead chose to take the ship route which went around Cape Horn at the tip of South America. The points that we are given to keep in mind are: A ship leaves New York for San Francisco on the first of every month at noon, and vice versa for a ship coming from San Francisco. Each ship arrives exactly six months after it leaves. With these things, we are also going to assume
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POW Problem Statement A. A farmer is going to sell her eggs at the market when along the way she hits a pot hole causing all of her eggs to spill and break. She meets an insurance agent to talk about the incident, and during the conversation he asks, how many eggs did you have? The farmer did not know any exact number, but proceeded to explain to the insurance agent that when she was packing the eggs, she remembered that when she put the eggs in groups of 26 she had even groups with 1 left
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POW 8 Problem Statement For this POW, our task was to find the best formula for finding the area of any polygon that is formed on a geoboard. In order to do this, there are two formulas given to help you. One tells how to get the area of a polygon based on the number of pegs on the boundary. This works as an InOut table, where In is the amount of pegs on the boundary, and Out is the area. The other formula tells how to get the area by having a polygon with exactly four pegs
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no matter how you start out its random and the bottom ones haven't been tied. So now that i only had the bottom ones to work with it was a lot easer to figure out. After screwing around for a wile i found only one way to get 3 circles then i devised a plan to figure out witch ones i haven't used yet so i put numbers to each of the strings then arranged them in different ways like this 1+4 2+3 5+6=no2 1+4 2+6 5+3=1 1+4 2+5 6+3=1 1+5 2+3 4+6=1 1+5 2+4 3+6=1 1+5 2+6 3+4=no2 1+6 2+3 4+5
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and the difference is 396. The problem asks the students to continue the process of choosing a number, arranging its digits so the lowest arrangement of the digits is subtracted from the highest arrangement of the digits. The problem also asks the readers to test out the steps using 3, 4, 5, 6 and so forth and explain what they discover. Process/Solution: To start this POW I continued the steps with the given number 473. Continuing with the steps I noticed that the digits 9, 4, and 5 repeating
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did was color the shapes (hopefully not having the dame colors). Where would you use tessellation shapes at that was the question I had running though my head when I was doing this and I thought about Classrooms they have different shapes on rugs the wall. Even quilting shops use tessellation shape to help them quilt things together. I really liked doing this POW I think it really helped me realize that shapes can be about used for anything. I did but my write up off and I’m paying
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“A Sticky Gum Problem” POW 4 Problem statement: The next scenario is very similar. In this one, Ms. Hernandez passed a different gumball machine the next day with three different colors Once again her twins each want a gumball of the same color, and each gumball is still one cent. What is the most amount of money that Ms. Hernandez would have to spend in order to get each of her daughters the same color gumball? In the last scenario, Mr. Hodges and his triplets pass the same gumball
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Pow 1 10/6/10 Pow A farmer is taking her eggs to the market in a cart, but she hits a Pothole, which knocks over all the containers of eggs. When she put the eggs in groups of two, three, four, five, and six there was one egg left over, but when she put them in groups of seven they ended up in complete groups with no eggs left over. Now she needs to know how many eggs she had and is there more than one possibility. The first thing I did was to read the pow aging on my own. I out
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Mega POW A very wealthy king has 8 bags of gold, which he trusts to some of his caretakers. All the bags have equal weight and contain the same amount of gold, all the gold in the kingdom. Although, the king heard a story that a woman received a gold coin. The king knew it had to be his gold so he wanted to find the lightest bag in the 3 weighing, but the mathematician thought it could be done in less, so I need to find out the least amount of weighing it takes to find the lightest bag
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POW 17 Cutting the Pie Problem Statement If you were given a pie what is the maximum number of pieces you can produce from 4, 5, and 10 cuts? Keep in mind, that the slices do not have to be the same size and the cuts do not necessarily have to go through the center of the pie, but the cuts do have to be straight and go all the way across the pie. Include any diagrams you used to find the solution such as an InOut table, or any patterns you found. Process The first thing I did
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Pow 2 Problem Statement: There’s a standard 8 x 8 checkerboard made up by 64 small squares. Each square is able to combine with others squares to make other squares of different sizes. Our job is to find out how many squares there’s in total. Once you get all the number of squares get all the number of squares and feel confident with your answer you next explain how to find the number of squares on any size checkerboard. You will know you have the answer when no matter how what
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RAT POW Problem Statement: I this POW we were assigned to find the population of the exponential growth of a rat population, residing on a perfect, utopian island after a year. Organisms will flourish prosperity on the Island and no deaths would occur. The journey began when merely 2 fullgrown rats, the one original male and female, arrived on the island. Their offspring would be determined by the following: Every day from January 1st, the original mother would give birth to a liter of 6
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Emily Shiang 6/27/13 POW Writeup In this POW writeup, I am trying to prove that there can be only one solution to this problem, and demonstrate and corroborate that all solutions work and are credible. What the problem of the week is asking is that the number that you put in the boxes 04 is the number of numbers in the whole 5digit number. For example, if you put zero in the “one” box, you would be indicating that there is zero ones in the number. Another example is if you put a two
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Marnely Melendez April 4, 2011 Introduction to Integrated Math Mrs. Eldridge POW #6 POW #6 A Sticky Gum Problem This POW didn’t have a specific problem but it does have a few problems with gumballs. Well there were 3 questions but I had added 3 questions of my own. But first I started with answering the questions. Question 1: Mrs. Hernandez comes across a gumball machine one day when she was out with her twins. Of course, the twins each wanted a gumball. They also insist
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Taylor Gray 1/31/11 POW 6: linear nim For this game of Linear Nim you draw 10 line marks on a piece of paper and two players take turns crossing off only 1, 2, or 3 marks per turn. The person who crosses off the last mark is the winner. Firstly what I did was play a few games with my Mom and what I realized right away was that if you stopped just before the last four dashes in the game then you would always win. Since you aren’t always guaranteed of being the one who can put
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A Pow Wow is a gathering of North America's Native people. The word Pow Wow comes from the Narragansett word powwaw, which means "spiritual leader". A modern powwow is a specific type of event where both Native American and nonNative American people meet to dance, sing, socialize, and honor American Indian culture. There is generally a dancing competition, often with significant prize money awarded. Powwows vary in length from one day session of five to six hours to three days. Major powwow
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of trials into a table to look for a pattern. of Bags Least of Gold of Trials 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 29 30 4 4 Tallies 1 vs. 1 1 vs. 1 r .1 11 vs. 11 1 vs. 1 11 vs. 11 r .1 1 vs. 1 111 vs. 111 1 vs. 1 r .1 111 vs. 111 r. 1 1 vs. 1 r .1 111 vs. 111 either 11 vs. 11 1 vs. 1 OR 111 vs. 111 1 vs. 1 r .1 A similar pattern
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of a Robinson Crusoe economy that once was to be found in reality. Therefore basic market mechanisms and certain economic matters such as trade and market shocks can be examined in detail without distractions from the core focus on the issue. 2) Organisation of a PrisonersofWar Camp In this section a rough overview of the organisation of the POW Camp will be given. It will also be determined which features of the organisation of the POW Camp support the functioning of the market in the POW
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I arrived at the powwow at 12:45, just before the grand march started at one. As I walked in I observed the vendors of food before we got into the gym. They had soda and snacks. They also had a station for fry bread, which I was very disappointed that I didn’t have money, because fry bread is amazing. As I walked through the doors of the gym I saw all the guests sitting around in the chairs or bleachers, the vendors to the side, the drummers in the middle, a stage in front, and Native
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Tyler St.Leger POW Rough Draft Ms. Levin March 11, 13 Problem Statement: on an 8x8 checkerboard, they’re many different size squares within that one. There are many 2x2’s, 3x3’s, 4x4’s etc, on that one 8x8 board. You must find exactly how many 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, 5x5, 6x6, 7x7, and 8x8’s are on the 8x8 checkerboard. They are all over and around the checkerboard, but you must be careful to not repeat because they do overlap or go on top of each other. 1. Altogether, how many squares
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POW 3: Checkerboard Squares Teacher Assessment Scaled Score 1) Introduction: A good Introduction should restate the situation and specific task in your own words. DO NOT plagiarize! Your introduction section should be written such that someone unfamiliar with the POW could read through your introduction, understand the problem, and work out the POW without reading your process section. / 4 / 20 2) Process: A good Process should clearly describe all methods that you tried
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As someone who has lived in Cumberland House, Saskatchewan and Terrace, British Columbia, this wasn't my first Pow Wow. I will say I don't remember going to any in Cumberland House as I was only two when we lived there, but I there are quite a few funny pictures of me, a chubby blond haired blue eyed baby in my pink jacket sitting among all the brown skinned, brown eyed, and black haired Native babies. I do however remember going to Pow Wows in Terrace. These two places are very different from
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POW 16: Spiralaterals Problem Statement: Spiralateralsa spiralateral is a sequence of numbers that forms a pattern or a spiral like shape. Spiralaterals can form a complete spirallike shape or it could form an open spiral that never recrosses itself or return to it's original starting point. To make a spiralateral: Each spiralateral is based on a sequence of numbers.To draw the spiralateral, you need to choose a starting point. The starting point is always "up" on the paper. Next take
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POW #12: The Big Knight Switch PROBLEM STATEMENT: For POW 12, I am asked if four knight's, (two black and two white) can switch places, while perpendicular to each other, (meaning two black knights are on one side of a 3x3 chess board with two white knights adjacent to them. They, were feeling restless and decided to attempt to see if this were possible. Keeping in mind the following guidelines: · No two pieces can occupy the same square · Knight's can pass or jump over each other
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of training. Nevertheless, it is important to talk to the North America’s international Airports, H.R manager in regards to the training needs analysis. The reason why we need must communicate with the H.R manager is due to that Mr. Pettipas needs to fellow his chain of command, which in all entails adhering to his organizations H.R manager. 2. Based on the case as presented earlier, what KSAs need to be trained? Based on the case analysis of IMP presented earlier, there are a few knowledge, skills
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POW 10: Possible Patches Problem Statement: The story in this POW goes that there is a girl named Keisha that is making a patchwork quilt, it will be made of rectangular patches. Keisha finds a piece of satin that’s dimensions are 17in by 22in. Our goal is to try to get the most from the piece of satin, in other words try to get as many rectangular shapes from her piece of satin. The rectangular shapes have to be 3in by 5in. Check out http://minorleaguegamer.com Process: The methods
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Jason Vo Ms. King 3/11/15 Period 1 Due Date: 3/13/15 Corey’s Camels POW Problem Statement The problem basically is about a camel named Corey that has to carry 3000 bananas to a place 1000 miles away. But, Corey can only carry 1000 bananas and Corey has to eat one banana for every mile she walks/runs/skips/hops, etc. In addition to that, there is a refrigerator at every mile. So the question being asked is how many bananas can Corey get to the market with all these requirements
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was how to create formulas using an InOut table. In POW 17 making an InOut table and identifying patterns was key to finding the formula needed and it is the same situation for solving our unit problem. Although formulas do not relate to shadows, they relate to what our unit goal is, which is finding a formula. After using InOut tables, finding formulas and measuring shadows we took a turn in our studies to a more geometric side of this problem. The next concept we studied was similarity....
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Group 7 Hearts 091710 Period 5 The Broken Eggs POW #1 1. Problem Statement: A farmer has some eggs in a cart, and is going to market them. She accidently breaks every egg. She doesn’t remember how many she had, but she remembers some things. She knows that when she put them in groups of 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, there was one egg left over. When she put them in groups of 13 no eggs were left over. You need to find out how many eggs there are in total. 2. Process: I first thought about
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Jordan Hunt P.3 POW Write Up; Just Count the Pegs Problem Statement: For the POW: Just Count the Pegs, I had to try and find the best formula possible for finding the area of any polygon on a geoboard. There are 3 different formulas you have to find. The first two are formulas that will combine together and help you find the best or “superformula”. In order to find the first two, you will make in and out tables. You will find the pattern and then come up with a formula
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1. To find my conclusions I had to think about each part of the problem. When you know that one thing means you go on to the next part. When you figure out what that means you have to see how the two statements are related. If they are related then you can deduce a conclusion that makes sense. 2. Here are my conclusions for the 6 problems on page 7. 1. a. No medicine is nice b. Senna is a medicine Here I deduced that Senna is not a nice medicine. I think this because the first statement
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POW 15 Growth of rat populations Problem Statement This problem is composed of the growth of a rat population over the course of one year from 2 rats. Four assumptions for this problem were made: Each new liter is composed of 6 rats; 3 males, 3 females. The original pair give birth to 6 rats on the first day and then ever 40 days after. There is a 120 day "gestation" period before a newborn rat can reproduce. After this gestation period the rats will give birth every 40 days. Also over
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.no 16.yes 21.yes 26. yes 2. yes 7.yes 12.yes 17.yes 22.no 27. yes 3. yes 8.no 13.yes 18.no 23.yes 28. yes 4. no 9.no 14.yes 19.yes 24.no 29. yes 5.no 10.yes 15.yes 20.no 25.no 30. Yes P (right) – 18/30 or 6/10 or .6 Success rate = .6 c. (XX)works1/6 (XX)works1/6 (OO)works1/6 (OO)works1/6 (OX)doesn’t work (XO)doesn’t work total successful – 4/6 or 2/3 or .66 Success rate = .66 Strategy #2 a. Always choose O no matter what. b. 30 trials 1. yes 6.no 11.yes 16.yes 21.no 26.yes 2
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POW 9 Trig Ms. T Problem Statement: Create 2 formulas, one that will calculate the last number in terms of the first number and a constant increase in rate as well as the total amount of numbers. The second formula will add ass of the resulting numbers from the first formula together after the last number is calculated. Process: Kevin’s Decisions: In order to put the problem into perspective, I first set up my own possible variables for the first platform height, the difference
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POW 13 Problem Statement: The problem of the week states how many bananas can corey the camel get to the market if he has to eat one banana every mile and it s 1000 miles to the market and he has 3000 bananas and he is able to hold only 1000 bananas at a time. Process: I knew that corey had to eat one banana every mile and he had to go 1000 miles but could only carry 1000 bananas at a time and there was 3000 miles so i knew he would have to drop off bananas at certain places to be able
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POW 13: Corey Camel By Alex Cohen Problem Statement: Corey Camel has 3,000 bananas to take to the market. He can only carry 1,000 at a time. The market is 1,000 miles away. Every mile Corey eats a banana. My job is to find out; how many bananas he can get to the market place? Process: To do this POW I started with Mini Camel to find a good strategy. The strategy we found was this: take as many bananas as you can to a certain distance and drop the rest, minus enough to get back
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Summary of The Imp of the Perverse The Imp of the Perverse is a crazy short story. It explains the thoughts of the narrator about how our minds think. He says that we will pretty much do what we want to do regardless. He leads in to talk about a murder he is planning, and he keeps putting off going through with it. I can defiantly relate to this part of the story he says, “We have a task before us which must be speedily performed. We know that it will be ruinous to make delay. The most
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one initial order, but not yet ordered the second time? 0.00 is INCORRECT. Time: 0 min, 6 sec THE ANSWER AND EXPLANATION ((20 * (40 * 30%  $0.74)) / (1 + 0.0194) + (16 * ($30 * 30%  $0.74)) / pow(1 + 0.0194,2) + (12 * (35 * 30%  $0.74)) / pow(1 + 0.0194,3) + (8 * (25 * 30%  $0.74)) / pow(1 + 0.0194,4) + (4 * (20 * 30%  $0.74)) / pow(1 + 0.0194,5) + (2 * (20 * 30%  $0.74)) / pow(1 + 0.0194,6)) / 50 = $10.74 [+/ $0.32] Use the same formula except without the value...
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on the boundary. c. Do more cases like of 2b When you have finished work on Questions 1 and 2, look for a super formula that works for all figures. Your formula should have two inputs and the output should be the area. Question #1 ad a. I first started creating polygons on my geoboard paper with no interior pegs and found the number of exterior pegs and the area. After creating 6 shapes on my geoboard paper I created an inout table. In ( pegs) 5 6 7 10 14...
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Reaves I pledge… 9/5/14 Pow #1 A Sticky Gum Problem This POW didn’t have a specific problem but it does have a few specific problems with gumballs. Question 1: Mrs. Hernandez comes across a gumball machine one day when she was out with her twins. Of course, the twins each wanted a gumball. They also insist on having the same color. They don’t care what color the gumballs are, as long as they’re both the same. Ms. Hernandez can see that there are only white and red gumballs
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(Formyl transferase) 5. FGR5P Formyl glycinamidine ribosyl5phosphate (Synthetase VI) 6. FGnR5P Aminoimidazole ribosyl5phosphate (Synthetase Vii) 7. AI5P Aminoimidazole caroxylate ribosyl5phosphate (caroxylase) 8. AICR5P Aminoimidazole succinyl carboxamide ribosyl5phosphate (Synthetase IX) 9. AISCR5P Aminoimidazole carboxamide ribosyl5phosphate (Adenylosuccinase) 10. AICR5P Formiminoimidazole carboxamide ribosyl5phosphate (Formyl transferase) 11. FICR5P Inosine monophosphate (IMP
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LUNCH MEALS ALSO TARGET AUDIENCE * AGE GROUP 1260 * WORKER SALESMAAN,AUTO RICKSHAW WALE SEASONAL * HIGHEST DURING SUMMER AND FESTIVE SEASON * LEAST DURING RAINY SEASON FINANCIALS * 10 RS PER VADAPAV * 400 PER DAY SO 4000 RS PER DAY HENCE MONTHLY INCOME 120000 * INPUT COSTS 60000 * 6 WORKERS SALARY 5000/MONTH * PROFIT HENCE IS 30000 QUESTIONNAIRE 1. Do you eat wadapav ? * Yes * No 2. From where you usually buy your wadapav ? * From my Favouritewadapav joint * Anywhere from
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it out from there. So I decided to do the same. I listed everything that I knew about the answer: The answer had to be a multiple of 7, but 26 also had to go into the number before the multiple of 7, so that there would be one left over. So the multiple of seven could not be an even number because it had to have something left over. So I now know that the number is an odd multiple of seven, and I just looked at all of the multiples (not paying attention to the even multiples of 7). I...
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