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201. Divide 110 into two parts so that one will be 150 percent of the other.  What are the 2 numbers?

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202. At a sports banquet there are one hundred athletes.  Each one is either a football or basketball player.  At least one is a football player.  Given any two of the athletes, at least one is a basketball player.  How many of the athletes are football players?

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203. The following number is the only one of its kind.  Can you figure out what is so special about it?   8,549,176,320

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204. Jennifer took a test that had 20 questions.  The total grade was computed by awarding 10 points for each correct answer and deducting 5 points for each incorrect answer.  Jennifer answered all 20 questions and received a score of 125.  How many wrong answers did she have?

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205. You have 55 coins totaling $10.00.  There are more nickels than pennies, more dimes than nickels, and more quarters than dimes.  How many of each coin do you have?

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206. A box of candy bars can be divided equally (without cutting anything) among 2, 3, or 7 people.  What is the least number of  candy bars the box could contain?

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207. Using standard mathematical symbols, e.g. +, -, x, etc., rearrange (4) fives to equal the numbers one to ten.  For example, 5/5 + 5 - 5 = 1, 5/5 + 5/5 = 2, etc

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208. Use each of the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 once only, in this multiplication problem to make it correct. 
    
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209. Bob is ten years older than his brother Stan.  There was a time when Bob was three times as old as Stan.  What was Stan's age when Bob was three times as old?

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210. Can you replace the question marks with three math symbols to make the following equation correct:
(2 ? 3) ? (6 ? 2) ? (3 ? 1) = 5

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