# 180 Mind-Stretching Maths Problems

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1. 180 Mind-Stretching Maths Problems: Daily Problems and Weekly Puzzlers Book 1

This is the first in a series of four books containing problems and puzzlers to give students practice in all areas of mathematics. Book 1 contains 144 daily problems, 36 weekly puzzlers and teacher notes. Daily problems include calculating the distance to the top of a mountain; making shapes with tangrams; learning fractions by dividing CDs; calculating the distance a tennis ball takes to travel across a court; and identifying mathematical errors in pictures. Weekly puzzlers include determining the favourite lunch in the class; finding out a mystery number based on given clues; determining the fairness of a game using knowledge of chance and data; and calculating menu prices.

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2. 180 Mind-Stretching Maths Problems: Daily Problems and Weekly Puzzlers Book 2

This is the second in a series of four books containing problems and puzzlers to give students practice in all areas of mathematics. Book 2 contains 144 daily problems, 36 weekly puzzlers and teacher notes. Daily problems include working with prime numbers; converting graph data about ice-cream into a chart; completing pattern analogies; solving algebra problems; and calculating the space needed to play different sports. Weekly puzzlers include creating scale drawings of a pyramid; creating a city structure from tangrams; measuring a time on an analogue clock with a protractor; and estimating the amount of paper required to wrap a large object.

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3. 180 Mind-Stretching Maths Problems: Daily Problems and Weekly Puzzlers Book 3

This is the third in a series of four books containing problems and puzzlers to give students practice in all areas of mathematics. Book 3 contains 144 daily problems, 36 weekly puzzlers and teacher notes. Daily problems include calculating the price of pizza toppings; estimating the winner of a frog race; creating larger number combinations from three single digits; and making a weather forecast spinner showing the probability of snow. Weekly puzzlers include calculating the area of triangles on a geoboard; interpreting data from a graph; using fractions to calculate the height of a bouncing ball; and discovering the mystery number from given clues.