For a Goal of 5^2-1 (no grouping), a player writes the Equation like this: (5 x 3) + 9 = 24 Assuming the cubes are used properly, is this correct? … Continue →
With Sideways cube in effect, the Goal-Setter places a sideways cube immediately behind or in front of another digit. What should happen? Note for Middle, Junior, and Senior Divisions: Assume … Continue →
Use all the cubes listed to make a Solution for this Goal: 75 1 4 6 8 9 + – – x See this and all of the other AGLOA … Continue →
With 0 wild, which of the following Equations can be shown to be incorrect for a Goal of 30? There may be more than one incorrect Equation. (A) 6 x … Continue →
Which statements are true about the Multiple Operations variation? (A) Any operation cube in Required or Permitted may be used many times in any Solution. (B) After a Now challenge, … Continue →
With Number of Factors, what are all the correct values of this Goal? x6^99 See this and all of the other AGLOA Equations Quizzes here.
Use all of the Resources listed below to make a Solution for this Goal: 69 2 3 5 8 9 + + ÷ ^ (The ÷ sign must be used … Continue →
With Sideways cube in effect, write a three-cube Solution for this Goal: 24 ÷ 70 See this and all of the other AGLOA Equations Quizzes here.
Add a minimum number of grouping symbols to either or both sides of this Equation to make it correct so that no opponent can add grouping symbols to make it … Continue →
Buzz Allen, son of Equations creator Layman Allen, distributed this puzzle at the 2013 AGLOA National Tournament. Goal: 6Resources: — — x ÷ ÷ 1 2 3 4 Write 12 … Continue →