1. At a candy store Alexis purchased 3 candy bars for $1.50. At this rate, how may whole candy bars can she buy with $8.75?
2. Karina wrote the addition problem shown here on the board hoever, one digit is incorrect. When written correctly, the number containing the incorrect digit is what four-digit integer?
2 6 3 5
+1 8 6 2
4 5 3 7
email me your answer at Deborah.firstname.lastname@example.org
Also send me your cell for vocabulary for the competition!!!!
These and more on https://www.youtube.com/user/ArtofProblemSolving
Mini #66 - Similarity and Proportional Reasoning
January 26 after school
Feb 3 during sst and after school
Feb 9 during sst and after school
Feb 11 th is the competition at Maplewood Elementary in Ocala.
Club pictures are coming up. Date to be announced.
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The MATHCOUNTS Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that strives to engage middle school students of all ability and interest levels in fun, challenging math programs, in order to expand their academic and professional opportunities. Middle school students exist at a critical juncture in which their love for mathematics must be nurtured, or their fear of mathematics must be overcome. MATHCOUNTS provides students with the kinds of experiences that foster growth and transcend fear to lay a foundation for future success.
For more than 30 years MATHCOUNTS has provided enriching, extracurricular opportunities to students and free, high-quality resources to educators. Every child is unique, but we believe allchildren are capable of seeing the beauty and joy of math, whether they come to us already passionate about math, or intimidated by it.
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