Basic MathDate: 15 Nov 1994 17:49:45 U From: "Cynthia Schwartz" Subject: Problem #2 Reply to: Problem #2 dear doctor etthan what is 9/10/30/999/1000000/99991000/4444444/4444444444444444444444/ 88888/999999999 ? are you good at / ;-) adam schwartz Date: Thu, 17 Nov 1994 10:10:37 -0500 (EST) From: Dr. Ethan Subject: Re: Problem #2 Hey Adam, Sorry that it took me so long to reply to you but here I am. You sure do think up tough problems. The answer to the division problem you sent in is a very small number. Have you studied decimals? This answer to your question is a decimal and it is: .0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000001710475272782631 Whoa, that decimal was so long that I had to use two lines. If this answer doesn't make sense to you then ask somebody to explain decimals. Now here are some problems for you. I'm not sure what you can do so I will give you some multiplication to try. If these are too hard or too easy write back and I will give you different ones. 25 X 2 = 34 X 5 = 24 X 35= 100 X 100 Hope these are fun - if you want more just ask. Ethan, Doctor ON Call Dear Dr. Ethan, This is Mom. You are good at multiplication! Thanks for answering Adam's math problem. We're taking you up on your offer. Can you send Adam some math problems? Thanks Mrs. Schwartz (aka as Mrs. Shorts to kids under 5) |
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