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The square root of 6 is irrational 2017-10-02
From John:
http://mathcentral.uregina.ca/QQ/database/QQ.09.06/sylvia1.html
In the initial assumption of that proof, root 6 is assumed to be a/b where a and b have no common factors, but why does having a common factor make it irrational?

Answered by Penny Nom.
A six digit code 2016-05-06
From Ralph:
How many combinations are possible if a "safe" has four buttons and you can use a six digit code? (these are just single press buttons..)For example, this could be one possible combination: Button 4 Button 1 Button 1 Button 3 Button 2 Button 4. Thanks!
Answered by Penny Nom.
A six team league to play a 20 game schedule 2015-10-19
From Kelly:
Hi there. Some of your posts are close, but my problem is evening out the home and away games. We have 6 teams in our league and we are going to play a 20 game schedule, playing everyone 4 times. We will play Fridays and Saturdays, each weekend. Of course the ideal would be to have each team have a home and an away game each weekend, but I realize that is impossible, but I would like it as close as possible. Any help would be much appreciated!! We also were considering opening with a home and away - Friday then Saturday with the same teams. Then carrying on with playing everyone else and then possibly finishing up with the same home and home
Answered by Victoria West.
Six teams playing five games 2015-10-18
From Aidan:
I have six teams that will be playing five games.
I want each team to play each game once and each team to play each other team once.
Is this possible or should I add an extra round and let some teams play each other twice?

Answered by Victoria West.
A 6-person team that has 9 players 2015-09-21
From Sheri:
I am organizing a 6-person team that has 9 players. How do I schedule them fairly over a 9 week league?
Answered by Victoria West.
A six team track schedule 2014-09-15
From Paul:
I need to make a six (6) team track schedule. It needs to be five (5) triangular (3 team) meets with each team playing each team twice
Answered by Victoria West.
A six digit number 2014-06-30
From anupam:
hi,
my daughter asking a solution for the below question, kindly help.

Write the smallest 6 digit number wit digits ( 2,4,3,0,5,7).

plz this is an urgent requirement.

regards,
anupam

Answered by Penny Nom.
Six-digit passwords 2013-03-19
From Judy:
Hello:
Can you please explain why the answer to the following question is 10^6? What is the number of possible six-digit passwords when using the digits 0 through 9, with repetition allowed.
Thank you.

Answered by Penny Nom.
Six digit numbers 2012-09-11
From Fiona:
using the numerals 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, make as many six-digit numbers as you can. Rearrange them into ascending order
Answered by Robert Dawson.
Six people divided into three groups of two 2012-07-09
From Fatima:
Six people call them A,B,C,D,E,F are randomly divided into three groups of two,find the probability of the below event(do not impose unwanted ordering among groups) E andF are in the same group I solved it but I have a doubt that it is wrong . My answer is 576 Please help to solve this problem.
Answered by Lorraine Dame and Penny Nom.
A six digit number containing no zeros 2010-11-15
From John:
Find a Six digit number containing no zeros in which the first digit is three less than the third, the third digit is three less than the fifth,and the second digit equals the sum of the last three digits.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Six nines 2010-09-16
From Steph:
It's sort of one question. We have to use six nines to get the numbers 1-30. I got all but 22, 23, 24, and 30. Like 15 is 9+9-(9+9+9)/9.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Six-letter words 2009-11-24
From christine:
How many six-letter words (not necessarily an English words) are there in which exactly three of the letters are z's?
Answered by Claude Tardif.
Adding in base six 2009-03-29
From Lucy:
If you are working in base 6, what do you have to add to 4(base 6) to get 10(base 6)????
Answered by Penny Nom.
A six sided lot 2008-06-25
From Zack:
Please help me find the area of my lot. I am sending a fax of the drawing and dimensions. Zack
Answered by Harley Weston.
A sixfold increase 2007-10-24
From Fred:
If I have $500 and it grew to $3,000, what is the correct description of the increase? Is it a sixfold increase (sextupled), or a fivefold increase (quintupled)? When I divide $3,000 by $500, the result is six, therefore, a sixfold increase?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
I have a 6 digits 2007-09-28
From Kim:
I have a 6 digits. My hundred-thousands digit is 1 less that my ones digit, 8 more than my thousands digit, twice my tens digit, and 4 times my hundreds digit. My ten-thousands digit is 0. What number am I?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
More on the sixth degree equation 2007-08-21
From Farzan:
Equation 1 :
(R + (6.67*5.98*10^13/((R^2)*2)))^2 - (R^2) = (7.27*(10^-5)*R)^2
Equation 2 :
(6.67*5.98*10^13/(R^2*2))^2 + 6.67*5.98*10^13/R = (7.27*10^-5*R)^2
As you see if we expand the left part of the first equation and simplify, the equations become same, but these two equations have different answers in my math software.The first one has 3 amounts for R, but the second one has 6 amounts. Why are the answers different ?

Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
A sixth degree equation 2007-08-20
From Farzan:
Dear friends I need to solve this equation with an understandable method for high-school students : (6.67*5.98*10^13/(R^2*2))^2 + 6.67*5.98*10^13/R = (7.27*10^-5*R)^2 please solve this problem if you have time.
Answered by Harley Weston.
The probability of rolling double sixes twice in a row 2007-07-10
From Matt:
what is the probability of rolling double sixes twice in a row?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
6- team schedule for softball 2007-03-29
From Angie:
I have 6-teams that can only play 3 days a week. Each team must get 18 games in for the season. I have to split them being the home team and the away team sometimes.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Six digit numbers with at least one 7 2004-12-27
From Behzad:
How many six-digit numbers contain at least one 7 in their decimal expansion?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Three consecutive positive intergers 2003-02-09
From Yew:
Prove that when we multiply any consecutive positive intergers, the result is always divisible by 6.

ex. (7)(8)(9) = 504 = 6 (84)

Answered by Penny Nom.
6 digit numbers from 0,0,2,2,4,4 2003-01-23
From Amanda:
How many 6 digit numbers can you make from the numbers 0,0,2,2,4,4, giving that 0 cannot come first. The number has to contain 2 twos, 2 fours, and 2 zeros.
Answered by Penny Nom and Claude Tardif.
How do you get to 100 by using 6 nines? 2001-11-17
From A student:
How do you get to 100 by using 6 nines?
Answered by Claude Tardif.
Six nines 2001-10-09
From A mom:
My middle schooler (sixth) has to calculate the integers 0-20 using only 6 nines. We have done all but the integer 14. He can not use decimals or double the nine like 99 or 19. the fraction 9/9 is okay. Keep in mind of course the order of operations.
Answered by Claude Tardif.
Six typists 2000-08-19
From Paula Duncan:
If it takes a typist 4.5 hours to type 860 words, how many hours would it take 6 typist to do 16800 words?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Six letter words 2000-05-15
From Karl Freitag:
An anthroplogist discovers an isolated tribe whose written alphabet contains only six letters (call the letters A,B,C,D,E, and F). The tribe has a taboo against using the same letter twice in the same word. It is never done. If each different sequence of letters constitutes a different word in the language, what is the maximum number of six-letter words that the language can employ?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Six digit numbers using 1,2,5,6,7, and 9 2000-03-20
From Rachel:
How many different six-digit numbers can you make using the digits 1,2,5,6,7, and 9? How many of these six digit numbers are divisible by six?
Answered by Claude Tardif and Denis Hanson.
Factoring ^6 2000-01-03
From Athena:

my name is Athena and I have a question on factoring: how would you figure this out:

(x6-y6) and (x6+y6)


Answered by Penny Nom.
A Six Digit Number 1998-10-27
From Craig Bedard:
If a certain six-digit number is split into two parts, one constituting the first three digits and the other the last three digits, and the two parts are added and the resultiong sum squared, it is found that the product is the original six digit number. What is the original six-digit number?

At first it seemed liked an impossible question, until it hit me...how long will it take you?
Answered by Jason Stein and Dan Usselman.

 
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