Today sees a 3-part number challenge similar to the ELEVEN PLUS questions 11 year-olds in the UK sat as part of the entry procedure for Grammar Schools many years ago!
- Three times a certain number is 107 more than 343. What is that number?
- 565 is the correct answer when three numbers are added up; one of them is 89, the other is 286. What is the third number?
- One number in the line 1 9 16 23 27 31 34 36 doesn’t fit properly. Which is it?
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