Math club is open to all fourth to eighth graders. Students should have a strong understanding of the four operations and be comfortable solving challenging non-routine problems.
What is Hannah’s six-digit number? Time: 6 minutes
The club will meet from September 15th to June 1st. There is no cost to join nor any fees for the competitions.
The fourth to sixth grade meetings, 3:45-4:30 on Fridays are structured around preparing for Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools. More information about MOEMS is at www.moems.org.
The fifth to eighth grade meetings, Fridays 4:30-5:15, are more general math challenges.
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if you have any questions.
1). The only way that 10 can be written as the sum of 4 different counting numbers is 1 + 2 + 3 + 4. In how many different ways can 15 be written as the sum of 4 different counting numbers? Time: 5 minutes
2). Hannah gives clues about her six-digit secret number:
• It is the same number if you read it from right to left.
• The number is a multiple of 9.
• Cross off the first and last digits. The only prime factor of the remaining four-digit number is 11.
It is the same number if you read it from right to left.
The number is a multiple of 9.
Cross off the first and last digits. The only prime fact of the remaining four-digit number is 11.
If your child would enjoy challenges like that, please use the form below to sign them up for Math Club.