The easiest problem:

Nathan and Nick went to the Tiger Carnival. They earned 12 stickers, 23 pencils, and 89 markers. They wanted to put them in groups. What is the largest group they can put it in?

The intermediate problem:

\(10^{3}+100^{90}\)

What is the answer? Put it in powers of ten. For example: \(10^{1}\)

The advanced problem:

What is the area, in square units, of the interior region formed by the lines y=2x-4,y=-3x+16 and they y axis? (this problem, I didn't make it. It is a problem I like from AoPS alcumus)

The master problem: (precalc, I don't expect an answer from this though)

Find \(\begin{pmatrix} -5 \\ 1 \\ -4 \end{pmatrix} + \begin{pmatrix} 0 \\ 8 \\ -4 \end{pmatrix}\)

The bonus question:

Jan has a 20 by 20 by 20 gift box that that needs to be placed carefully into a 2 by 2 by 2 shipping carton, surronded by packing peanuts. How many half-cubic-foot bags of peanuts does Jan need to buy?

Hope you can solve the problems! If you can answer it, put a solution next to it so others can understand. Thanks so much for 100 points!

-tigernathan

tigernathan Jul 15, 2020

#1**0 **

Yay! More of tigernathan's questions!

Number 1: Twelve groups, since the smallest number of anything is 12.

CalTheGreat Jul 15, 2020

#2**+1 **

You got it! A lot of people think this as a trick question, since it never said equal.

tigernathan
Jul 15, 2020