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You are challenged to find all the different triangular animals you can using six triangles. One of the animals, known as the 'crown', is given to start you off. Make cut-outs from thin card of the animals you have found and then try to fit them together, jigsaw fashion, to cover the diamond and hexagon shown. You will need all the possible shapes to cover the diamond, but the hexagon only needs nine of your animals. 92 Multiplication magic 41096 x 83 = 3410968 To multiply 41096 by 83, all you need to do is to enclose 41096 with the 3 and 8 as shown.
Dr Shah challenged Ravi to measure the width of the river without getting wet. Ravi protested that he had no instruments but Dr Shah assured him that, with a little thought and some exercise, he would be able to measure the width of the river, in terms of his paces, quite easily. Ravi succeeded. Would you have done? Of course there was no bridge! 39 68 In their prime Mr and Mrs Babbage first met when they were pupils at secondary school. In 1994 they celebrated the wedding of their youngest daughter, Rachel.
Rearrange the numbers so that the sequence you form does not contain any increasing or decreasing sequences of five numbers. Now, using any integers you like, find the longest possible sequence which does not contain any increasing or decreasing sequences of five numbers. 96 Fencing! Joe Appleyard wanted to build a fence to protect his orchard. The fence was to be built 90 m down one side of a valley and 78 m up the other side. The slope of the valley sides are shown, together with the heights of the valley sides above the valley's 54 m bottom.
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