1.

1.10. One-eight of one-fourth equals what?

1.12. 6 hours 54 minutes + 4 hours 56 minutes equals what?

1.18. The sum of three *consecutive* integers is 21.
The smallest of these three integers is what?

1.21. If I have 5 pennies, 5 nickels, 5 dimes, and 5 quarters,
the fewest number of these

coins I would need
to make 47¢ is what?

1.29. A rocketship flies at 36,000 km/hr. If I fly 120 km
in this rocketship, for how may seconds

do I fly?

1.33. There are 24 four-digit numbers than can be formed, each
using all the digits 1, 2, 3, and 4.

What is the sixth
largest such number?

1.35. The sum of five unequal whole numbers is 90. The second
largest of these five numbers

can be *at most*
what?

1.38. My 12-hour clock runs backwards. If it *now*
displays the correct time, then it will

*next* display
the correct time in how many hours?

1.39. If the circumference of a circle is numerically equal to
the area of the same circle,

then a radius of the
circle is what?

**Source: The Math League**
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Don Braffitt