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The game of 24 2010-10-26
gabrielle pose la question :
What is the answer using the numbers 0 0 0 0 (trig and calc are allowed, all math is allowed) in the game 24?
Claude Tardif lui répond.
24 Game: 7, 5, 3, 3 2007-06-11
Natasha pose la question :
In the maths game called '24', how can you solve 7, 5, 3, 3? I like playing a maths game called '24'.
Stephen La Rocque lui répond.
Game 24 2007-02-09
Becka pose la question :
I need help figuring out this sequence for 24 2 2 3 5 Please help
Steve La Rocque, Penny Nom, Claude Tardif lui répond.
The game of 24 2004-09-16
Angelica pose la question :
how can you make 24 out of 7,7,6,5?
Claude Tardif lui répond.
The game of 24 2004-09-14
Alan pose la question :
I was playing that math 24 game and i cant get 21,14,2,2 to equal 24
Claude Tardif lui répond.
The 24 game 2004-09-09
Erik pose la question :
Ive spent around 40 hours on this one problem. I need help. 3,3,7,7
Claide Tardif lui répond.
The repetition of doing many straight forward problems 2002-10-16
Dan pose la question :
I am the father of a very bright 9 year old girl. She is very interested in math and she grasps concepts very quickly. I am concerned that she may become bored with the repetition of doing many straight forward problems. Her current math teacher has her working in a challenging math book and she is doing 3+ digit multiplication. She misses 2 or 3 out of ten of these problems due to simple addition errors. Should she continue to practice these problems until she can get them all correct? Or, should she move on?
Kathy Nolan and Claude Tardif lui répond.
Math game 24 2001-02-21
Kristi pose la question :
We have a game we play in math class called 24 game. In it each card has 4 numbers on it. Each number can only be used once, in any order, using multiplication, subtraction, division, or addition. We are stuck on one and wondered if you could help. The four numbers are: 3, 3, 5, 7. And they must equal 24. Any clues?
Claude Tardif lui répond.



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