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# Math Kangaroo Ecolier 2010 Problem 16 | Mathematical Imagination

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## Mathematical Imagination from Math Kangaroo 2010 Problem 16

On the playground some children measure the length of the playground with their strides. Anni makes 15 Strides, Betty 17, Denis 12 and Ivo 14. Who has the longest stride?

• Anni
• Betty
• Denis
• Ivo

### Key Concepts

Pattern

Mathematical Imagination

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Math Kangaroo (Ecolier) 2010 Problem 16

Denis

## Try with Hints

Try to think about the length of each stride.

Remember you want to measure same length.

That means if you have smaller strides you need more strides.

And if you have longer strides you will need lesser number of strides.

Now check who used the least number of strides.

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Try this beautiful Problem based on Mathematical Imagination from Math Kangaroo (Ecolier) 2010 Problem 16.

## Mathematical Imagination from Math Kangaroo 2010 Problem 16

On the playground some children measure the length of the playground with their strides. Anni makes 15 Strides, Betty 17, Denis 12 and Ivo 14. Who has the longest stride?

• Anni
• Betty
• Denis
• Ivo

### Key Concepts

Pattern

Mathematical Imagination

## Suggested Book | Source | Answer

Math Kangaroo (Ecolier) 2010 Problem 16

Denis

## Try with Hints

Try to think about the length of each stride.

Remember you want to measure same length.

That means if you have smaller strides you need more strides.

And if you have longer strides you will need lesser number of strides.

Now check who used the least number of strides.

AMC-AIME Program at Cheenta

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