Solutions
Sammy from USA
Grade: 4 Age: 9
Solution:
Q1: 11111=100
Q2: [5x5x5]5x5=100
Q3: [33x3]+3/3=100
On question No.1 you first use three ones to make 111. Then you
use the other two ones to make 11 and subtract 111 from 11 and get
100.

On question No.2 you multiply 5x5x5 and get 125. then you multiply
the other two fives and get 25. then you subtract 125 from 25 and
get 100

On No.3 you multiply 33x3 and get 99. then divide 3 from 3 which
equals 1. then add them together to get 100.
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cars and reading. I like video games too. My favorite subjet is
math.

Phillip from United States
Grade: 5 Age: 10
Solution:
Q1: 11111=100
Q2: (5x5)x5(5x5)=100
Q3: 3x33+3/3=100
Q1:I subtracted 11 from 111 and got 100. Q2:I multiplied 5 and 5
to get 25 and multiplied 25 to 5 in order to get 125. 125 subtracting
25(5x5) would equal 100. Q3:I multiplied 3 with 33 and got an answer
of 99. 10099=1 In order to get 1, I used the fraction 3 out
of 3 which is 1. 99+1=100
About me: Ever since 2nd grade I liked to answer math questions
as well as create narratives about myself. I have always enjoyed
collecting creepy crawly things such as insects and invertibrates.
I received a coin collection from my mother and collect coins from
around the world.
