TF34 Test Your Mathematics
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Question No1: Spiders, Dragonflies and Crickets
A spider has 8 legs. A dragonfly has 6 legs and 2 pairs of wings. A cricket has 6 legs and one pair of wings. All 3 kinds and a total of 18 insects are in a cage, with a total of 118 legs and 20 pairs of wings. How many insects are there of each kind?
Answer: There are A spiders, B dragonflies and C crickets.
Question No2: Three equal products
Fill in numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 into open spaces to make the equation work.
DE * F = GH * I = JK * L
Now you can go find the cache at:
S (I-L)L, K(F-D), (H+D)G(A-D)
E DE, G(J+K), (B-A)(I-J)(C+G)
First 2 Find honours go to Bear&Fox!
Well done on your Mathematical skills!
You can validate your puzzle solution with certitude.
Uvag gb dhrfgvba Ab1: Vs nyy perngherf unir 8 yrtf, ubj znal qb jr unir.
Uvag gb dhrfgvba Ab2: Qrgrezvar gur 6 ahzore qvtvg svefg, gel gb fcernq bhg gur ahzoref rirayl.
Uvag gb pnpur - Ng TM, n zvpeb vf uvqqra VAFVQR n cbyr juvpu vf shegurfg gb gur yrsg.
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