Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Point to Ponder (2) What do you think?

To solve part (b) of the question, Benz applied the divisibility rule for 3

Here is Benz proposed solution for (b)

In pairs, discuss and comment if you agree with his proposed solution
  • agree, indicate Yes... this is what we think, too.
OR
  • disagree (with the entire working or part of it), elaborate why.
Remember to sign off with both names.

11 comments:

  1. Yes, we agree with the solution.

    -Amadea and Celine

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  2. Yes, this is what we think too. However, there are other numbers that can also be the answer, as the question asked for the possible values for x. The numbers are: 3,6 and 9

    Liya and Grace.

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  3. We disagree with the working as it did not list all the possible values. The other possible values are 3, 6 and 9.
    -yu min shen and hodor

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  4. I agree and disagree with Benz. Because 0 is a possible answer but they asked for ALL possible numbers
    Jerremy and alexander

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  5. disagree. the question ask for all possible values, thus having more than just 1 answer.
    Our suggested answer is 0, 3, 6 and 9. (x+12, 0+12=12, 3+12 = 15, 6+12=18, 9+12=21. ) By Marcus and malcolm

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  6. We agree that 0 is a possible value but other numbers like 3, 6 and 9 also works too.

    Tjin Yao and Choon Wee

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  7. Disagree
    X can be any value as long as the total sum of all the digits is divisible by 3
    Justin and Kevin

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