Ashli Scott
Problem: We have two jars, a 13-gallon and a 7-gallon. We want to find as many gallon variations as possible
Zero gallons: Do not fill either of the jars.
One gallon: Fill the 7-gallon jar twice, then pour it into the 13-gallon jar each time u
Evil Economist (green hat) Problem
Math 271
Ashli Scott
If there is a room filled with people, and two of which are wearing the green hats, then
one of the people wearing a green hat would have to assume that since he sees only
one green hat, and that per
Ashli Scott
Math 271
Dr. Buskes
If there are 5 green hats in a room of 70, the only way for everyone to escape doom is
for the door to open five times and the green hats leave. Everyone with green hats see
4 other green hats. The people with red hats see
Pascals Triangle
1023-10 is Divisible by 23
Is 1023-10 divisible by 23? Why? In order to prove that it is divisible by 23, there
are many different processes that need to be considered. The process we choose to
use to prove that 1023-10 is divisible by 23
Leah Lester
August 30, 2016
Buskes
Math 271, sect. 2
a. 0 gallons-
A
7
Legend~: pour
(assume all fills and pours
are until out of space in jar
or until liquid runs out)
B
13
Process:
b. 1 gallon-
c. 2 gallons-
7
7
13
13
1. Fill up A ~ in B
2. Fill up A ~