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− | <math>4</math> chickens can lay <math>4</math> eggs in <math>4</math> days. How many chickens are needed to get <math>100</math> eggs in <math>100</math> days? | + | '''<math>4</math> chickens can lay <math>4</math> eggs in <math>4</math> days. How many chickens are needed to get <math>100</math> eggs in <math>100</math> days?''' |

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===Weekly Question 3=== | ===Weekly Question 3=== | ||

− | The sum of two consecutive numbers is <math>39</math>. What is their product plus their sum? | + | '''The sum of two consecutive numbers is <math>39</math>. What is their product plus their sum?''' |

Discuss in the user talk. | Discuss in the user talk. |

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Arrangement Restriction Theorem by Aops-g5-gethsemanea2

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## Contents

## 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.

## User Count

This is my user count. Add 1 to the number below if this is your first time visiting this page.

## Weekly Questions

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

### Weekly Question 1

**If is , what is ?**

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### Weekly Question 2 (SOURCE: SASMO)

** chickens can lay eggs in days. How many chickens are needed to get eggs in days?**

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### Weekly Question 3

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

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