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 Dots on squared paper 2001-03-30 From Tom:Consider some squared paper with lines 1cm. apart and dots where the lines cross. Place squares whose sides are whole numbers of centimetres on the paper in such a way that the sides of the squares always lie along the lines on the paper. For each square, find (a)the number of points inside the squares; (b)the number of points on the square and (c)the area of the square. How are these quantities related? Answered by Leeanne Boehm and Penny Nom. Six toothpicks 1999-09-14 From Maddie:The book asks: Using 6 toothpicks represent the number 17. I am studying expressions to represent a number. ex.) (2+4)4x4=96. Answered by Penny Nom.

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