This Web page is intended to record solutions submitted by students in grades three through twelve. Student solutions were submitted January 1, 2000 through February 1, 2000. Submissions for missing numbers can still be submitted using the Web form.Rules: use the digits in the year 2000 and the operations of +, -, x, ÷, sqrt (square root), ^ (raise to a power), and ! (factorial), along with grouping symbols, to write expressions for the counting numbers 1 through 100. Please read and follow the rules carefully.
Teachers may print out worksheets for students to record their findings, or print sheets of manipulatives for students to use.
Solution | Name | Grade | School | |
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100 | (0!+0!)/.02 | Lisa Gardner | 4 | Boyette Springs ES |
100 | (0!+0!)/.02 | Joseph Grillo, Kyle Mason | 7 | St. Jude School, Brooklyn |
100 | (0!+0!)/(.02) | Ari Moskowitz | 12 | Rav Teitz Mesvita Acadamy |
100 | (0! + 0!)/(.02) | Asher Walkover | 12 | Rambam Mesivta |
Solutions 1 to 10 | Solutions 11 to 20 | Solutions 21 to 30 |
Solutions 31 to 40 | Solutions 41 to 50 | Solutions 51 to 60 |
Solutions 61 to 70 | Solutions 71 to 80 | Solutions 81 to 90 |
Please notify Judy Ann Brown of any errors.
The Math Forum ** Judy Ann Brown ** 3 February 2000