Regular practice will keep your math skills always at their best.  Continue to keep your math skills strong by practicing this week’s brain buster from Geometry!   An isosceles triangle has a base of 1-1/3 feet and an area of 48in2, what is the perimeter measured in inches?   A) 160 B) 36 C) 48 D) 100 E) None of the above   Stay tuned next week for the solution!     Solution for last week’s Math Madness question:   x + 8y = 10         4x + 8 = 4(y+3)                   FIRST, SOLVE FOR  “x”  OR … Continue Reading

Regular practice will keep your math skills always at their best.  Continue to keep your math skills strong by practicing this week’s Algebraic brain buster.   According to the system of equations below, what is the value of xy? 4x + 8 = 4(y + 3) x + 8y = 10   A) 2 B) 16 C) 10 D) 21 E) None of the above     Solution for last week’s Math Madness questions (respectively): D)  Anchovies & onions C)  Combination A)  One of the cheeses   Click here for more details on the solution!

Regular practice will keep your math skills always at their best. Continue to keep your math skills strong by practicing this week’s brain buster.   The student council held a pizza party to bring together representatives from different groups in the school and see if they could agree on a theme for the prom. There were a total of 25 students attending.  There were 5 athletes, 5 cheerleaders, 5 members of the school’s band, 5 representatives from various clubs, and five members from the student council.  At the pizzeria they order from, large… Continue Reading

Regular practice will keep your math skills always at their best. Continue to keep your math skills strong by practicing this week’s brain buster from Algebra. A car salesman, eager to make a deal, agrees to sell a car for an additional 15% off of the sale price, which is at 7%. The car is originally priced at \$32,000.  At what price did the buyer make a deal?    A) \$25,296 B) \$29,760 C) \$27,200 D) \$24,960 E) None of the above     *BONUS QUESTION:  Which of the following would be effective for finding… Continue Reading

How is geometry treating you? Math is 50% of the SAT, are you prepared?  Practice your math skills regularly to keep them strong and ready for anything.  Exercise your geometry skills with this week’s Math Madness question and stay on top of your math game.   Click on the link below to view this week’s Math Madness problem and put your geometry skills to the test.   Math Madness question Stay posted next Monday for the solution to this geometry problem.       Solution for Math Madness 12/17/18:  D)  \$6 per child; \$9 per… Continue Reading

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