Cryptograms are encoded sentences where each letter has been substituted for another. A letter may not stand for itself. Can you decode this cryptogram?

## #39 Double Twelve Dominoes

Some double twelve dominoes are shown in the phot below. How many dominoes are there in a full double twelve set? How many dots do they have in total?

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## #38 Shade Six

Shade 6 circles on the diagram below, so that each row, column and diagonal has an even number of blank circles.

## #37 Maths Textbook

Rachel accidentally tore some consecutive pages out of her Maths textbook. Rachel discovered that the sum of the page numbers was 261.

How many pages and what were the page numbers on the pages Rachel tore out of her book?

## #36 Five Cards

Zoe had these five numbered cards:

How many five-digit numbers can she make that are divisible by 9 without having a remainder?

## #35 Counters

A total of 16 counters are put into four piles so that each pile has a different number of counters. List all possible arrangements of the counters. Write, and solve, a further question for investigation similar to this.

## #34 The Dalmation

How many spots are on the dalmation?

1. The number of spots is divisible by 3

2. When the number of spots is divided by the number of legs, a remainder of 3 results

3. The spots can also be divided by the total of legs, ears, eyes and tail to leave a remainder of 6

## #32 Domino Squares

Take a double six set of dominos. Arrange four dominoes in a square so that the sum of the numbers along each side is the same. Repeat this six more times so that all the dominoes are used and you have 7 correct squares. One possible square is shown in the diagram below.