111. If you reverse the digits of my age, you have the age of my daughter. A year ago, I was twice her age. How old are we both now?

My daughter is 37 and I am 73.

112. What is the number that is 5 more than one-fourth of one-tenth of one-third of 3,000?

30. (3,000 ÷ 3 = 1,000 ÷ 10 = 100 ÷ 4 = 25 + 5).

113. Write the number 76 using three consecutive numbers between 1 and 9
inclusive, using each number once only. You may use any of the mathematical operational signs: +, -, x and ÷.

114. Pat went shopping for supplies for her wedding. She spent half of what
she had plus $2.00 on table favors at the party store. At the next store, she spent half of what she had left plus $4.00 for a charm for her maid of
honor. In the last store, she spent half of what was left plus $4.00 for stockings. At the end of her spree she was left with $4.00 to spend on
thank you cards. How much money did she start with?

$84. ($42+2 = $44, $40 left; $20 + $4 = $24, $16 left; $8 + $4 = $12, $4 left).

115. Find the six-digit number in which the first digit is three times the second;
the third is one more than the second; the fourth is one-fifth the last; and the fifth is the sum of the first and fourth.

116. You can buy 3 bags of jellybeans and 2 bags of chocolate chips for 24¢,
which was under their limit of a quarter. You can also get 4 bags of chocolates and 2 bags of jellybeans for the same 24¢. How much did each
bag of chocolates cost?

Each bag of chocolates cost 3¢.

117. The following multiplication example uses all the digits from 0 to 9, and Xs have been used to represent numbers, not the multiplication sign.

7 X X

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X X__

X X X X X

118. What 2 numbers will give you an answer of 36 when the smaller is subtracted
from the larger and an answer of 1,440 when one is multiplied by the other?

119. There are 100 people applying for a position where they will be required to
sell both music equipment and electronic goods. Twelve of the applicants have no prior experience in sales. Sixty-four of the applicants have sold
music equipment, and 80 applicants have sold electronic goods previously. How many applicants have experience selling bother music equipment and
electronic goods?

56. Since 12 applicants have had no sales experience, there are 88 applicants who have some experience in sales. Of the 88 applicants, 64 have sold music equipment, which leaves 24 who have not. Eighty applicants have sold electronic goods, which leaves 8 who have not. In other words, 32 applicants (24+8) could not have sold both and 56 applicants (88-32) have sold both.

120. A gentleman who died recently left *just over *$8000 to be divided between
his widow, his five sons, and four daughters. He stipulated that every son should receive three times as much as a daughter, and that every daughter should
receive twice as much as their mother. If the precise amount left by the man was $8000.07, how much did the widow receive?

The widow received $205.13.