Hi, could you say me, if are answers for my homework right? I am from Slovakia (European country), I study on gymnasium (1st class). The teacher gave us voluntary homework (for good mark which is 1 here). These homework answers was on school-leaving exam this year. Teacher tried to select easy questions and they were easy for me, but I wanna know if is process of calculating (and my thingking laugh).. So here it is (I will try to translate it as best as I can)


1. Find the lowest 5 digit number (A432B) which is divisible (possible to divide) by 15 WITHOUT REMAINDER.

I think it's 14325 cause this number is the lowest and possible to divide by 15 - it's possible to divide by 3 and 5 together. Number is possible to divide by 3 when digit sum of number is possible to divide by 3 (1+4+3+2+5=15/3=5)

Number is possible to divide by 5 when it ends on 0 or 5 (14325; when I insert 0, digit sum will be not possible to divide by 3)



2. Sum of 17 numbers (all numbers ϵ N ---> N means 1 - infinty) is 154. Find the biggest two numbers and write sum of them.

1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 + 11 +12 + 13 + 14 + 15 + 16 + 18 = 154

16 + 18 = 34



3. Juraj, Filip, Karol and Milan planned trip. All boys said their wishings:

J: I wanna go to High Tatras or stay in hotel.

F: I wanna go to High Tatras and stay in cottage.

K: If we will not go to High Tatras, then I wanna stay in hotel.

M: If we will go to High Tatras, then I wanna stay in cottage or I wanna have breakfast including.

All of them finally went to High Tatras, stayed in hotel and they had breakfast included. Select an option in which were all of them satisfied:

    a) J, K, M

    b) J, F

    c) K, F, M

    d) K, M

    e) J, F, K

I selected a) option (J, K, M).






Guest Mar 30, 2017

2+0 Answers


It is correct.

Snappingtunic99  Mar 30, 2017

Thank you very much. smiley

Guest Mar 30, 2017

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