Math Trivia by Grade 7 Basilan

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Did You Know That? …:

Did You Know That? … G1 Bianca Isabel M. Adia When you multiply a number by 10 you would get the same number you multiplied it with and the last digit would be 0. 218 x 10 = 2,180 527 x 10 = 5,270 713 x 10= 7,130 421 x 10 = 4,210 *also applicable with other powers of 10 21 x 1000 = 21,000 546 x 100 = 54, 600

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DiD You KnoW THaT … 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 + + + + + + + + + = = = = = = = = = 10 REALLY!?!?

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8 1 6 3 2 6 4 1 28 2 56 5 12 1 ,024 2 ,048 4 ,096 My Math Trivia In this math trivia, I have “experimented” or tried to see a pattern in adding 8 to itself and adding the sum to itself too... Repeating and repeating the process like: 8+8=16+16=32+32=64 and so forth. What I saw is that in every ten numbers, the first digits repeat. And I have theorized that this pattern would also be compatible in other numbers. Ex. 4+4=8+8=16+16=32 and so forth or like others number like 2, 3, 5, etc. 8, 1, 3, 6, 1, 2, 5, 1, 2 and 4 By Sheina Balayo | 7 - Basilan 8 ,192 1 6,384 3 2,768 6 5,536 1 31,072 2 62,144 5 24,288 1 ,048,576 2 ,097,152 4 ,194,304 8 ,388,608 1 6,777,216 3 3,554,432 6 7,108,864 1 34,217,728 2 68,435,356 5 36,870,912 1 ,073,741,824 2 ,147,483,648 4 ,294,967,296

DiD you know that…:

DiD you know that… Forty is the only number that is spelled with the letters in order.

TRIVIA Golden Ratio:

-Two quantities are in the golden ratio if their ratio is the same as the ratio of their sum to their maximum. Example: TRIVIA Golden Ratio Greek Letter- “Phi” Its Value G4 Francine Cabanting 7-Basilan

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9876543210 0123456789 TRIVIA Multiplying numbers 1-10 by 9 can be also in this way: 1 x 9 = 2 x 9 = 3 x 9 = 4 x 9 = 5 x 9 = 6 x 9 = 7 x 9 = 8 x 9 = 9 x 9 = 10 x 9 = At the first set of digits (with the pink background) write 0-9 (0 1 2 3 …) downwards. Then at the second set of digits (with green background) write 9-0 (9 8 7 6 …) downwards. The answers will be the same if you multiply the numbers 1-10 by 9. ☺ G6 Kizha Gabutan 7-Basilan

DID YOU KNOW?:

DID YOU KNOW? List all the odd composite numbers between 5 and 50. And you’ll come up with the numbers: 9,15, 21, 25, 27, 33, 35, 39, 45, 49 All the numbers EXCEPT 49 , has either 3, 5 or both 3 and 5 as its factor. G7 Garcia, Allyrianne Kyra P. Grade 7- Basilan

Did you know that you cannot fold a piece of paper in halves for more than 8 times?:

Did you know that you cannot fold a piece of paper in halves for more than 8 times?

1089 multiplied by 9 gives an exact reverse: 9801.:

1089 multiplied by 9 gives an exact reverse : 9801 . Math trivia by: therese Lim

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Did you know that… Submitted by : Aaliya Marasigan 7- Basilan Y ou can find the next perfect square number by adding consecutive odd numbers starting from 0? 0 2 = 0 + 1 = 1 1 2 = 1 + 3 = 4 2 2 = 4 + 5 = 9 3 2 = 9 + 7 = 16 4 2 = 16 + 9 = 25 5 2 = 25 + 11 = 36

Math Trivia:

Math Trivia Did you know that the square of any number that ends with 5, always ends with 25. For example: 5^2 = 25 25^2 = 6 25 625^2 = 3906 25 Kristine Shania Nantin 7 Basilan

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Did you know that in 1-10 the letters of the spelling of each numbers will not exceed more to six letters. Math Trivia G12 Giana Marie Obana 7-Basilan

FORTY IS THE ONLY NUMBER IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER:

FORTY IS THE ONLY NUMBER IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER G13 SABRINA PADILLA 7 BASILAN

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My Math Trivia Did you know that 2 Is the only Prime number that Doesn’t have an “e” in it. G14 (two, fiv e , s e v e n, e l e v e n….) Ramos,Lianne N. 7-Basilan

MATH TRIVIA:

MATH TRIVIA You need to count until a billion to get the letter “B” in a number Done By: Ainah Remonte

trivia:

trivia Zero is a mathematical symbol that has no value but it is impotant in the Equation. By:Sarmeinto , Aliah May G .

Sarmiento,Cheycee Alva J.:

Sarmiento,Cheycee Alva J. Did you know that… If you give the equivalent number of a letter to the letters:” A,E,I and G” Like this: A=1 (as the first letter in the alphabet) I=9(9 th letter) E=5 (5 th letter) G=7 (7 th letter) You would get the year when Casio first released the electric compact calculator.

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Seven is the first number that does not have a letter for the first time. (example: one has N for first time , two has T and W for the first time) MATH TRIVIA G19 Ceanna Faythe Tagle &-Basilan

Math Trivia Done by: Pi – π Therese Velando:

Math Trivia Done by : Pi – π Therese Velando

Did you know,:

Anything you divide with 10 that is not ending with zero will always have a 1 decimal place? Did you know, MATH TRIVIA Example: 98 / 10 = 9.8 658 / 10 = 65.8 54678 / 10 = 5467.8 125786548547 / 10 = 12578654854.7 B1 – Amansec , Ronald Michael C. 7 - Basilan Math Trivia Did you know? ????

TRIVIA:

0 (zero) Is the only number that starts with letter Z. TRIVIA B2 – Irvin Clorina 7- Basilan                      

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Math trivia When you are given the first 100 digits of Pi, transform them to binary code, and you’ll have 450 “0s” and 350 “1s.” (Binary code – set of numbers understood by computers, example below.) B3 – Keil Finez 7- Basilan                      

MATH TRIVIA By Reghis Frogoso:

MATH TRIVIA By Reghis Frogoso 12+3-4+5+67+8+9=100 and there exists at least one other representation of 100 with 9 digits in the right order and math operations in between B4 – Reghis Frogoso 7- Basilan                      

MATH TRIVIA!:

MATH TRIVIA! Question 1: If you will be ask to add up 1 to 10, what’s the sum? Answer: Follow up question: What about If you are asked to add up 11 to 20, What is the answer ? Answer: B5 – Joshua Adrian Gacis 7- Basilan                      

You can remember the value of the first 8 numbers of Pi by counting each of the letters in the sentence:

You can remember the value of the first 8 numbers of Pi by counting each of the letters in the sentence “May I have a LARGE container of coffee” 3.1415926 B6 – Miguel Gutierrez 7- Basilan                      

Kenneth Jolongbayan VII-Basilan:

Kenneth Jolongbayan VII-Basilan My Question is What about if you asked to add up 1,000 to 1,100 What’s the sum? 31,585 Answer : MATH TRIVIA

Did You Know That…:

Did You Know That… The symbols in the Egyptian Numerical System is wrote a no. of times for you to get the number you need. B8 – Miguel Libosada 7- Basilan                      

B9 Wren Marco G. Mapugay 7-Basilan:

B9 Wren Marco G. Mapugay 7-Basilan Most of the math symbols weren’t invented until the 16 th century

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trivia Only number sign can Do hash tags and cellphone Numbers. By: Mendoza , Simon # B10 – Simon Mendoza 7- Basilan                      

There are no numbers that has the letters C, J, K, P, Q.:

There are no numbers that has the letters C, J, K, P, Q. B11 – Ram Nieto 7- Basilan                      

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21978 when multiplied by 4 is the same number with digits in reverse order. 21978 * 4=87912 B12 – Jerome Nieva 7- Basilan                      

1,3,7,and,9 are single digit numbers that are prime and still prime when you add it to 10:

1,3,7,and,9 are single digit numbers that are prime and still prime when you add it to 10 DID YOU KNOW THAT? B13 – Brent Nocum 7- Basilan                      

Did you know that?:

Did you know that? ~ 40 when written “forty” is the only numbe r with letters in alphabetical order, while 1 when written “one” is the only number in reverse order. b y: Regulano , Martin William P. o f 7-Basilan

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