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# Monthly Archives: September 2013

## Absolute Difference

To answer this puzzler, you must provide the absolute value of the difference of the values determined in part 1 and part 2. Part 1: Determine the least positive integer by which can be multiplied so that the product is … Continue reading

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Tagged absolute value, exponent, factors, grade 6, perfect cube, perfect square, prime factorization
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## Identical Areas

Two identical equilateral triangles have a total area of square cm. Triangle is inverted and laid on top of triangle so that the apex of each is coincident with the base midpoint of the other. Find the total area of … Continue reading

## Equal Triangles

Two different triangles have the same area but different perimeters. Triangle has side lengths of and cm. Triangle has two sides with length of cm. Find the length of the third sideĀ of triangle . Round your answer to the nearest … Continue reading