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Simple Perhaps Maths Puzzles

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To move a safe, two cylindrical steel bars 7 inches in diameter are used as rollers. How far will the safe have moved forward when the rollers have made one revolution?

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What is the largest number you can write using these Roman numerals once each, I,C,X,V,L?

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A boy has a long cardboard strip 1 inch wide and 48 inches long. It is marked at 1-inch intervals so that he can cut off a series of square inches. If the boy takes one second for each cut, how long will it take to cut the 48 square inches?

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A town in India has a population of 20,000 people. 5 per cent of them are one-legged, and half the others go barefoot. How many sandals are worn in the town?

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Write 1789 in Roman figures.

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What is the smallest number you can write using the same Roman numerals once each, I,C,X,V,L?

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If five girls pack five boxes of flowers in five minutes, how many girls are required to pack fifty boxes in fifty minutes?

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A fish had a tail as long as its head plus a quarter the length of its body. Its body was three-quarters of its total length. Its head was 4 inches long. What was the length of the fish

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The following is cut on a famous monument: MDCCLXXVI. What year does this represent?

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What aid was used by the Romans to help with calculations?

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