- Some questions frequently asked by houseowners : who has the answers to the magic square simplifying radicals worksheet?
♥ i really really need it. i don't even understand all of them. please, would someone help me?5 x 5 magic square - is this solvable?
♥ my 10 year old daughter has been given a magic square to solve these are the numbers 27 21 23 13 4 20 28 19 17 29 6 7 5 7 6 14 17 28 23 10 42 23 22 13 2 it is a 5 x 5 square and there are 25 numbers - with some being repeated. i have never seen one like this before. so my question is can this be done! how on earth they expect a 10 year old to do this is beyond me. thanks sorry - should have said that each row/column/diagonal adds to 85. and yes, i came to the same conclusion as one poster in that it was meant just for the kids to practice maths on and is not solvable. oh and yes, lol, i did write the numbers down correct. the annoying thing is that as a good parent i always try and help with homework and to give your child something like this and not explain a little to help parents along with it is really frustrating. anyway rant over thanks to all who have replied so far.magic squares (division)?
♥ i have a worksheet that asks if the quotients make a magic square. then in the box there are 9 division questions. i have no idea what a magic square is so i can't answer this. please help. thanks! thanks for your "contribution". my 9 year old was trying to figure this out while i was making dinner. he already looked at wiki and "n" threw him off. we've gone over it now he came to get me after your "helpful" suggestion. mathattack 7 worksheet 11?!?!?
♥ its a nine square grid with 10 in the middle and you have even numbers up to 18 and in every row/column you put numbers in (not all the same numbers) to make them add up to 30. i'm having a bit of trouble.physics worksheet on vectors?
♥ i do not understand these physics problems. i do not understand vectors. if somebody could help me out with these problems i would give them the best answer. the answers are listed at the bottom of the sheet. to see the worksheet, go to http://www.geocities.com/pepsidiet.