Mr.
B’s “BRAINO” Quiz
Guaranteed
to unclog clogged up brains!
NAME:__________________ DATE:____________
PERIOD:_______
Directions: Carefully read and answer the
following questions. Print your answer
clearly in the box next to each question.
Questions are worth one million nano bonus points each. However, if you get all five correct, we will
double the points for a total of ten million nano bonus points.
1.


In box A are the
numbers 0, 3, 6, 8, and 9. In box B
are the numbers 1, 4, 7, 11, and 14.
In box C are the numbers 2, 5, 10, 12, and 13. According to this scheme, which boxes
should contain the numbers 15, 16, and 17?




2.


The following letters can be
unscrambled to form two of the most interesting words in the English
language. What are those words?
E, E, I, I, G, M,
N, N, O, R, S, S, T, T, T




3.


Four consecutive
odd integers add up to 8. What are
those integers?




4.


A man was born and
raised in Boston, just as his parents and grandparents had before him. Yet he was not a U.S. citizen. Why?




5.


Using any
combination of parentheses and the operation symbols (+, , x, and ÷), how can you
arrange the numbers 6, 6, 6, 6, and 6 into a mathematical expression equal to
71?

Many times when I stop working on a problem consciously,
my mind continues to work on it below the surface.
Often solutions come on me quite by surprise.
I’ve learned over time to allow that to happen,
rather than to feel that I can simply solve the problem by
continuous, grueling effort.
I’ve learned over time to allow that to happen,
rather than to feel that I can simply solve the problem by
continuous, grueling effort.
 Marilynne Robinson
WARNING: For
Educational Purposes Only.
Please do not attempt to answer any of these questions
unless you are willing to learn something.
Please do not attempt to answer any of these questions
unless you are willing to learn something.
Answers will be
posted on Monday.
David
No comments:
Post a Comment