Given some of the proper factors of a number, what could the number be?
Using information about how a scroboscopus squares its number of legs, can you tell how many scroboscopi Tom bought?
Investigate the pattern(s) involving the middle digit in the square of numbers whose digits are all 1’s.
Use what you know or what you can find out about common letters to help you decode this message.
How many terms are in the given sequence?
Use the average of four 26’s and four 34’s to determine the average of four of another number.
When will Sonic the Hedgehog, the Road Runner, and the Tasmanian Devil meet if they are running on a circular track following the patterns described?
Find the next two letters in the given sequence.
What will the number machine give me if I put in 100?
Find numbers whose factors are all even (excluding the number 1 as a factor).
Find all positive whole numbers that are not “good” numbers.
How many ways are there to lay bricks to form different patio patterns?
In the given arrangement of numbers, investigate the sum of all the numbers in a row.
Fill in the next letter of the alphabet, using the logic established to list the first eight.
What numeral will be listed directly beneath 125 when the triangular array is continued?
What is the value of the expression?
Following the counting pattern described, which of the original nine stones is counted as stone #599?
How many times will the digits of each number in a set add to equal 8?
It is important for 8000 people to hear a rumor by May 14. Is this outcome likely to occur if the pattern for spreading the rumor continues as started?
Find the units digit of a large number.
How many seats are in the Mathematics Theater?
Devise a strategy so that you will always win the game.
Draw the next figure in the sequence. Explain how you determined the result.
Simplify an expression.
Determine the next value in the sequence.
Complete the row using a pattern.
Determine why some polygons tessellate the plane and why others do not.
Explore the idea of fractals.
Find the pattern to count numbers.
Find a way to add a set of natural numbers.
Extend the given table and determine a relationship between the numbers in the triangle.
Form triangular numbers and look for patterns.
Use the sum of consecutive integers to form certain numbers.
Find the next numbers in the sequences.
Determine how may squares are on a given checkerboard.