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#1 Re: Help Me ! » Puzzles - Aren't they Great! BLAH » 2005-05-30 11:28:05

I tried everything i can think of and no result. Oh well...maybe next weeks will be easier. Thanks for the help anyway!

#2 Re: Help Me ! » Puzzles - Aren't they Great! BLAH » 2005-05-28 13:11:17

mathsyperson wrote:

Wow, that's a coincidence.

He's just happened to put up the current Lenny conundrum again.

What are the odds?

I couldn't figure it out, so I asked for help. I'm pretty sure you're some middle school person who asks your teacher for help on these. Why not ask for help on here??? I'm not in math anymore, so what better place to ask for help?

Guess you didn't think to come here and ask for help did you?

#3 Re: Help Me ! » Puzzling Puzzle » 2005-05-27 18:05:59

Ellie wrote:

lol! More like your trying to get the ansewer for this weeks Lenny Conundrem on neopets.com!

I'm much rather have the extra 10 points on the exam, then try and win pretty much nothing on neopets.com. Can't help it if my math teacher used that question as well.

Anywho...just so the admin who helped with the question knows..the answer is 0.

#4 Re: Help Me ! » Puzzling Puzzle » 2005-05-27 18:03:29

Ellie-We had that in our math class as well...thank you very much!

#5 Help Me ! » Puzzles - Aren't they Great! BLAH » 2005-05-27 18:02:06

cheer99
Replies: 13

If you take the next two numbers in this sequence and multiply them together, what number will you get?

594, 487, 566, 493, 310, 447, ____, ____

What is the answer?


A little help please and THANK YOU!!!

#6 Re: Help Me ! » Puzzling Puzzle » 2005-05-21 01:57:36

Thanks a bunch! I really appreciate it. We get an extra 10 points on the final exam if we get it right! College Math is so much harder then high school math!

#7 Re: Help Me ! » Puzzling Puzzle » 2005-05-20 02:56:23

thanks for the helps, but in your post you put subtract, but in my question it says add one. So is your post correct to help me?

Is the answer 1?

Thanks again for the help!

#8 Help Me ! » Puzzling Puzzle » 2005-05-19 17:29:00

cheer99
Replies: 29

Hi All-

I need some help. I'm so bad at math.

Here is the questions:

what is the number of prime numbers between one and a million that become a perfect square if you add 1 to them?

Thanks a bunch!
Delina smile

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