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When can you add 2 to 11 and get 1 as the answer?
What three number result in the same answer whether they are added together or multiplied?
How can you take away 1 from 19 and the result would be the number 20?
Divide 20 by half and add 30, what do you get?
What is the next number in the following series: 100 365 24 60?
6 = 12, 3= 6, but 5 does not = 10, how come?
You want to purchase 3-cent stamps. You’re at the post office and waiting in line for your turn. How many 3-cent stamps you will get in a dozen?
How can you give someone $83 using exactly 7 bills, without using any one dollar bills?
Math time. If you are cold where do you go to become hot?
There was a girl half my age when I was 12, now I am 64, how old is she?
How many days are there in 4 years?
20+20+20=60. How can you make 60 again by using the same number 3 times, but it can’t be 20?
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