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132. Problem: A64C , proposed by Ahmet Arduc
132 is the smallest number which is the sum of all of the 2-digit numbers that can be formed with its digits. Challenging Math Problem: A64C

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Number of Responses: 5590
Number of Correct R.: 3858
Difficulty Level: 69.02
1. Problem: 595A , proposed by Ahmet Arduc, Tip: Key Fact(s): 7695
1 is the multiplicative identity.
Challenging Math Problem: 595A
Correct answers have been submitted by:
1. Mohamed Karamany
2. Jeffrey Robles
3. Joseph Rodelas
4. Mahmut Cemrek
5. Suleyman Akarsu
6. Yavuz Selim Koseoglu
7. John Gamal Aziz Attia
8. Serkan Callioglu
9. Βαρελάς Γεώρ𝛾ιος
10. Marvin Cato
11. Isaiah James de Dios Maling
12. Joselito Torculas
13. John Albert A. Reyes
14. Nheil Ignacio
15. Gerald M. Pascua
16. Angelu G. Leynes
17. Roenz Joshlee Timbol
18. Rindell Mabunga
19. Caed Mark Medul Mendoza
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  • 2. Key Fact 7695 |Tags: fraction,lowest term,numerator,denominator,relatively prime
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  • 5. Key Fact 988C |Tags: product,perfect square,consecutive numbers
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  • 28. Key Fact 163E |Tags: Wilson's Theorem
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  • 32. Key Fact 8A33 |Tags: divisibility,square,odd,integer
  • 33. Key Fact 7B55 |Tags: divisibility
  • 34. Key Fact 8C41 |Tags: divisibility
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  • 75. Key Fact C4CC |Tags: triangle,circle,greatest area,isosceles triangle
  • 76. Key Fact 8146 |Tags: circle,plane,common tangent
  • 77. Key Fact B13A |Tags: lattice points,gcd,greatest common divisor
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  • 80. Key Fact C77E |Tags: british flag theorem, rectangle, geometry
  • 81. Key Fact B9E9 |Tags: pythagorean triple, triangle
  • 82. Key Fact 865E |Tags: primitive pythagorean triples, triangle

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Ahmet Arduc, Mathematics Teacher

Ahmet Arduc

Question Writer

Number of questions: 113

Ahmet worked as a maths olympiad instructor for many years. He is the editor and co-author of the unpublished 484-page book “Mathematical Olympiad Preliminary Question Bank, with 1001 solved questions”. His students got high achievements in many local and national mathematical competitions.

Amirul Faiz Abdul Muthalib

Amirul Faiz Abdul Muthalib

Problem Writer

Number of problems: 10

With over 5 years of hands-on, successful teaching experience, Amirul is an enthusiastic Pre-University Mathematics Lecturer in INTEC Education College, Malaysia. Being a versatile individual who love Maths, he has earned a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering in Japan. He had opportunity to teach Maths in Japanese Syllabus for scholarship sponsored students who will further their study in KOSEN (National College of Technology in Japan). He also train some of his students for the National Olympiad every year.

İhsan Yücel

İhsan Yücel

Problem Writer

Number of problems: 3

Ihsan is currently in the thesis phase of his postgraduate education, which is about mathematics teaching education. He got some notable national and international achievements in various secondary school mathematics and project competitions. He’s an author of many scientific articles about mathematics in the quarterly magazine "Mathematical World". He’s the founder of Matematik Meraklısı, a website dedicated to Mathematics.

Richard Phillip Dimaala Fernandez

Richard Phillip Dimaala Fernandez

Problem Writer

Number of problems: 1

Richard is an experienced math teacher in a Chinese school in the Philippines. He is a product of Philippine Normal University (National Center for Teacher Excellence). He trains students who compete in both local and international math competitions. He is a trainer in Mathematics Trainers' Guild, Philippines (MTG Philippines) and Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge (MMC). He is also a lecturer in one of the review centers specialized in university entrance examinations. He is also a Suken Test Passer (Mathematics Certification Institute of Japan).

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