Posted by **Rezu** on Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 9:15pm.

An unusual die has six faces labelled 1,2,3,5,7 9. If two of these dice are rolled, and the numbers showing on the upper faces are added, what is the number of possible different sums?

14?

Flora had an average of 56% on her first 7 exams. What would she have to make on her eighth exam to obtain an average of 60% on 8 exams?

88%?

The Band Committee of 100 people wishes to set up a telephone call system. The initial contact person calls three other people, each of whom call three others and so on, until all the people in the Band Committee have been contacted. What is the maximum number of people they need to make the calls?

66?

I added 27+27+6+6

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