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A Number

Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.

 

Puzzle ID:#38401
Fun:*** (2.62)
Difficulty:*** (2.11)
Category:Logic
Submitted By:maxvu*

 

 

 



There are 20 players in Maxvu's sports team, numbering from 1 to 20. What is Maxvu's number? Of the choices below, only one is correct.

A. an odd number
B. an even number
C. a prime number
D. a composite number




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Comments

tuckpawAus**
Sep 22, 2007

the easeist way to figure it out is if it's his team he would be the first number 1 odd
CheriePenguinAus*
Sep 23, 2007

Enjoyed it! (Figured it out pretty quickly, but then again I used to teach math.)
calmsaviorAus*
Sep 30, 2007

0 is also neither prime nor composite, but who cares 'bout zilch these days .
dhanish007Anz**
Oct 05, 2007

I think this should be in the Math section...
WildCardAl
Oct 08, 2007

All I know is that with 20 players, Maxvu (?) will not see too much playing time !!! Maxvu ???
scallioAus*
Oct 10, 2007

Well don't I feel stupid... I don't even know what a composite number is.

Thanks for the morning brain workout.
mizliz*us*
Nov 02, 2007

Really neat concept, but very simple. I was so intrigued at the idea, that since i could not remember what a composite number is either, I looked it up. right after I read the definition, the answer was obvious.



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