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All the King's Digits

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View All the King's Digits Sister Site at The World of Trotter Math.

This page shows solutions that arrived from April 30, 2001 till January 24, 2003.

STUDENT SOLUTIONS

# Solution Name (Grade) School
141 5^0 + 42 + 63 - 17 + 8 + sqrt9 Frank Rau (8) Taipei American
School
142 2^1+6*5+4*3+7*8+0^9 Kel Fitzpatrick (8) Environmental and
Adventure School
143 (20)(4)+(8-5)+(7)(3)+(6-9)-1 Taylor Owens (8) Manhattan Beach
Middle School
144 [(10*2 +  5}*4] + [(8-7)*(6+3-9)] Keri Ross (10) Sparkman
High School
145 (7-1)*5*8/2  - 4*90/(3*6) C. K. Park (10) FairFax High
School
146 ((8^2)/4)*5 + ((1^0)+3+6)*(9-7) Elad Ben Shachar (12) "Sulam Tzor"
ISRAEL
147 (5*20)+(9-(6+3))*(1+4+7+8) Marc Draghi (11) West Morris
Central High School
148 [E40 - 9^2 * sqrt((6!-5!)/E3)]^[cbrt[7 + cbrt(8) - 1]] Rory Kulz (10) Clark H. S.
149 10!/9! * (8!/7! * (4!/3! - 2!/1!) - 6!/5!) + sin(0) George Zhong (9) Sydney Boys
High School
150 4*5*(sqrt(8*sqrt(sqrt(sqrt(1 + 3) + 7) + 269^0)) George Zhong (9) Sydney Boys
High School
151 6!/8 - 9*3 + 5*7 + 10 - (4*2) Shanell Hernandez (9) Centro Harvard
152 [cbrt(27) * 5 * 3!] / 2 + 6 + 9 + 8 * (4 + 1^0) Mirna Galdamez (13) UES
153 (20 * 5) + (6 * 7) - (9 * 4) - (8 - 3 + 1) Kathleen Neher (13) Wayne State U.
154 3(9 * 2) + (5 * 6) + E4 + (7 - 1) + (8 * 0) Tricia Jones (13) Wayne State U.
155 (cbrt125)(cbrt64) + [(8)(9) + 7 + 3^0] Tony Xing (8) Linden
156 27^(1/3) + 5! - (4*6) + (9 - 8 + 0) David Attarzadeh (9) duPont Manual H.S.

View All the King's Digits Sister Site at The World of Trotter Math.

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Solutions #61 to #80
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Solutions #101 to #120
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