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Tool Triangle : Place the numbers on the triangle so that the totals along each of the sides are equal. Triple Totals : Complete the sums using only the given numbers then check your calculations are correct. Triplets : Find as many sets of three of the available numbers as possible which add up to the given total. Twin Totals : Find the two calculations that give the same total.

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Warm Up : Four quick Maths questions to warm up the brain. Weather Report : Find five integers that multiply together to give a product of twelve. What are they? Word Difference : Can you find substitutions which will make the word sum correct? Word Sum : Each letter stands for a different digit. Can you make sense of word sum? Wrong Way Round : Find calculations which written back to front give the same answer.

Divisible by 11 : Can you prove that a three digit number whose first and third digits add up to the value of the second digit must be divisible by eleven? Four Fraction Division : Explain why the answer to a series of fraction divisions is a whole number. X Divided by 2Y : Why do different calculators not agree on the order of operations? Index of Advanced Starters. Interactive, randomly-generated, number-based logic puzzle designed to develop numeracy skills. The short web address is: Transum.

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