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==About This Place==
 
==About This Place==
 
This is just a user page that I wanted to make for myself. You can choose among any of the options above to go to my subpages. Use the social media buttons on the right to go to popular user pages and AoPS pages.
 
This is just a user page that I wanted to make for myself. You can choose among any of the options above to go to my subpages. Use the social media buttons on the right to go to popular user pages and AoPS pages.
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==About Me==
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Aops-g5-gethsemanea2 is just a Prealgebra 1 user who got High distinction in the Australian Mathematics Competition (Top 2 percent), one of the highest scores in his school. If you ask, I live in the Philippines.
  
 
==Acknowkedgements==
 
==Acknowkedgements==

Revision as of 06:24, 28 July 2020



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Welcome to my user page!

About This Place

This is just a user page that I wanted to make for myself. You can choose among any of the options above to go to my subpages. Use the social media buttons on the right to go to popular user pages and AoPS pages.

About Me

Aops-g5-gethsemanea2 is just a Prealgebra 1 user who got High distinction in the Australian Mathematics Competition (Top 2 percent), one of the highest scores in his school. If you ask, I live in the Philippines.

Acknowkedgements

Thanks to the following users!

1. Piphi for the inspiration

2. CreativeHedgehog for the social media buttons

User Count

This is my user count. Add 1 to the number below if this is your first time visiting this page. \[\Huge{\textbf{4}}\]

Weekly Questions

Here are some questions that you can use to sharpen your math skills!

Weekly Question 1

If $n$ is $5$, what is $10n+11n$?

Discuss in the user talk.

Weekly Question 2 (SOURCE: SASMO)

$4$ chickens can lay $4$ eggs in $4$ days. How many chickens are needed to get $100$ eggs in $100$ days?

Discuss in the user talk.

Weekly Question 3

The sum of two consecutive numbers is $39$. What is their product plus their sum?

Discuss in the user talk.

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