
The Number I Imagined
Problem #31
Deadline to submit the solution: March 31st,
2001
I imagined a number. It is larger than 10 and smaller
than 20.
If I switch the order of digits, then the new number is larger than
60 and smaller than 70.
Q1: What number did I imagine?
The Solutions:
Gautam
from Bangalore, India
Grade: K2 Age: 7 School: National Public Scho
Solution:
Q1: 16
The nos that are larger than 10 and smaller than 20 are 1119.If you switch
the digits of no. 16 then you get a no which is larger than 60 and smaller
than 70.
About me: I am Gautam.I study in II std.I live in Bangalore which
is the capital of Karnataka in India.Bangalore is the Silicon Valley of
India.

Caroline from Korea
Grade: 1 Age: 6 School: Shinkwang
Solution:
Q1: 16
The numbers that are bigger than 10 and smaller than 20 are from 11 to
19. You switch the order of digits of all these numbers and when you switch
the order of 16 it is 61. 61 is bigger than 60 and smaller than 70. So
the answer is 16.
About me: I love to play, dance, read and play the piano.

Joshua from USA
Grade: 2 Age: 8 School: HALIFAX ACADEMY
Solution:
Q1: 16
16 IS MORE THAN TEN BUT LESS THAN 20. iF YOU SWITCH THE NUMBERSTO 61 IT
IS MORE THAN 60 BUT LESS THAN 70.
About me:

Nuamon from Thailand
Grade: K3 Age: 6 School: Chatrwittaya School
Solution:
Q1: 61
16 is larger than 10 and less than 20,and if I switch the order of digits
to 61,which is larger than 60 and smaller than70
About me: i solve it myself but my mother write the answer for
me. i love your web see ya, icequeen

Eric from Canada
Grade: 2 Age: 7 School: St. William
Solution:
Q1: 16
If you switch the 1 and 6, you come up with 6 and 1 which makes 61 which
is larger than 60 but smaller than 70
About me:

Ashley from U.S.A.
Grade: 2 Age: 7 School: Woodstock Elementary
Solution:
Q1: 16
I kept on switching the numbers between 10 and 20. And then I figured
out that 16 was the answer because if you switch it , it will say 61,
and that is between 60 and 70.
About me: People say I look like my Dad

Vivek from USA
Grade: 1 Age: 6 School: frost
Solution:
Q1: 16
the number larger than 10 and smaller than 20 is 16. If I switch the order
of digits then the new number is 61. 61 is larger than 60 and smaller
than 70.
About me:

Praveen from ?
Grade: 2 Age: 7 School: Cypress

Sedreyana from Battle Creek, Michigan
Grade: K Age: 6 School: St. Joseph

Carlee from USA
Grade: 3 Age: 8 School: Spring Hill Intermed

Unknown from ?
Grade: Age: School:

Sara from New Zealand
Grade: Age: 11 School:

