Tuesday, February 21, 2006

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Question 1
Sandy and Sue each has a whole number of dollars. I ask them how many dollars they have.Sandy says: "If Sue gives me some dollars, we'll have the same amount of money. But if I give Sue the same number of dollars, she'll have twice as much money as I have."Sue says: "And if you remove the first digit of my wealth and place it to the end, you'll get Sandy's wealth."If neither of them has more than 1 million dollars, how many dollars do they each have?
(Very Hard)

Question 2
What two numbers are used in this number pattern?50, 50, 100, 100, 50, 51, 53, 52, 50....
(Its not what it seems the number has to be for all not just the first four)

Question 3
A9543B represents a six-digit number in which A and B are digits different from each other. The number is divisible by 11 and also by 8.What digit does A and B represent?

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1 Comments:

At 6:31 PM, Blogger -rain- said...

question 2

if this is a trick question i guess the answer is...

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