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  1. What's the Temperature - Annie Fetter
    Algebra, difficulty level 1. At what temperature do you get the same answer, regardless of whether you use the Fahrenheit or the Celsius scale? ...more>>

  2. What's what? - Terry Trotter (author unknown)
    Algebra, difficulty level 2. A poetical puzzle to ponder about: "What is WHAT?" ...more>>

  3. Where Does Mrs. Darien Live? - Judy Ann Brown
    Middle School, difficulty level 2. Use clues to help Mrs. Darien's students find her house number. ...more>>

  4. The World's Meanest Math Teacher - Bill Graham
    Algebra, difficulty level 3. Students seated around a circular table are being systematically eliminated. What's the rule to follow to be the last one eliminated? ...more>>

  5. Wreck Tangle - Steve Risberg
    Algebra, difficulty level 2. When the width of a given rectangle is tripled and the length is doubled, the perimeter increases by 92 cm. Find the area of the original rectangle. ...more>>

  6. X Marks the Spot - Terry Trotter
    Algebra, difficulty level 3. A Spanish pirate buries his treasure on an island in a very mathematical manner. Can you locate the "X" spot? ...more>>


 
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