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 November 29th to March 10th. There is no cost to join nor any fees for the competitions.
Friday afternoons are for fourth to sixth graders, preparing for Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools. More information about MOEMS is at www.moems.org.
Tuesday mornings are more challenging problems, for fifth to eighth grades.
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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.