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4 rounds of golf as three foursomes 2014-08-18
From Christopher:
For our golf trip, we will be playing 4 rounds of golf as three foursomes. We would like to have each person play with everyone at least once. Is this possible?
Answered by Victoria West.
Golf pairings 2010-12-17
From AL:
I have a golf tourney where we have fourteen players and are playing five times/rounds of golf. I am trying to pair up two threesomes and two foursomes so we don't play with the same person twice or the least amount of times.
Answered by Victoria West.
Expressing the natural numbers in terms of 4 fours. 2010-01-19
From Steve:
When I was studying mathematics, there were several of us that tried to express the natural numbers in terms of 4 fours. Allowing the use of any known math operation, for example n to the zeroth power is 1.Is there more info on this exercise. This was done mentally, nothing written down.
Answered by Robert Dawson.
Holiday for 7 golfers 2010-01-05
From Andy:
I am having difficulty scheduling pairings for a forthcoming Golf holiday. There are 7 players and we will be playing 7 rounds - each round will be a 3 ball and a 4 ball. I am trying to work out a schedule that means everyone plays with each other roughly the same number of times (with a minimum of, say, 3 times if possible). Also, we are looking to ensure everyone plays in roughly the same number of 3 and 4 balls. Any suggestions would be much appreciated (we leave in 10 days time). Thank you.
Answered by Victoria West.
Four fours 2009-11-29
From linda:
Four Fours order of operations challenge i need problems using 4's only that have an answer of 13, 18, and 19 than you
Answered by Penny Nom.
Forming 10 from 4 fours 2008-11-06
From Corderro:
I need a answer for 10 using only the number 4
Answered by Penny Nom.
Four fours 2008-06-25
From jen:
Use four 4's and some of the symbols: +,-,X, / and (), to give expressions for the whole numbers from 0 through9. Example : (4X4+4)/4=5
Answered by Janice Cotcher.
Four fours 2007-08-23
From Belinda:
My son came home with a math question that I can figure out. He needs to use only the number 4 and only four 4's, no less no more. The problems need the answers 11,13,14,and 18. He can use any mathematical sign except square root. He's been able to get all but these so far and I've worked them, but can't come up with the problems. Can anyone help?
Answered by Stephen la Rocque.
Four fours 2006-10-08
From Prabh:
Find out 10 BEDMAS problems using order of operation with only four 4's in the problem. The solution must be the digits 1-10. Example 44/44=1
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Four 4's 2006-09-10
From Ying:
How can I use 4 four times, use any mathematical signs, such as +, -, times, division, ( ), !, square root to get answer 33, 41, or 45?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Twenty golfers 2006-05-08
From Mona:
We have twenty golfers and four rounds of golf. We would like to figure out how to make foursomes so that each golfer plays with as many different golfers as possible.
Answered by Penny Nom.
37 with four 4'2 2004-01-03
From Myra:
Using four fours and only four fours to get an answer of 37.
Answered by Claude Tardif.
Four fours 1999-09-09
From Roger:
I need help with a math problem my child asked me about I guess in her 7th grade math class they were told to come up with a answer from 1-10 only using four 4's and she got stuck on the problem that needs to be equal to ten, she asked me and I couldn't help her it's sad so if you could give me the problem and and answer so i could explain it to her I would really appreciate it.
Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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