**SMS** stands for **Short Math Situation**.

Don’t confuse with SMS (Short Message Service), which is used as an acronym for all types of short text messaging. The last one is the most widely used data application in the world with several billion active users.

If the length of the SMS text messages is limited to 140 characters, the Short Math Situation questions are limited to **64** characters. Everything should be made as short as possible, but no shorter.

A+Click SMS are:

1. Using 8 eights and addition only, please make 1000. Answer

2. How many inner right angles are possible in a hexagon? Answer

3. How many planes of symmetry does a cube have? Answer

4. How many planes of symmetry does an Egyptian pyramid have? Answer

5. What is the last digit of the number 7 power 77? Answer

6. How many zeros are there at the end of 99! ? Answer

7. How many squares can you make using twelve matches? Answer

8. Find the hundreds digit of the product: 4444444 x 9999999. Answer

9. Find the smallest sum of 2 integers if their product is 1000. Answer

10. What is the units digit of 1! + 2! + 3! + … + 2012! ? Answer

11. How many 1x2x3 boxes can be packed into a 5x6x7 box? Answer

12. How many times do a clock’s hands overlap in a day? Answer

13. How many zeros are there at the end of 100! ? Answer

14. What is the sum of the digits of all 2-digit numbers? Answer

15. Which product of 2 random dice numbers is best to bet on? Answer

16. Find the average of the smaller of 2 random numbers from 0 to 1. Answer

17. Find the average of the smaller of 3 random numbers from 0 to 1. Answer

18. Which 3-digit number has the greatest number of divisors? Answer

19. How many three-digit multiples of 7 end with digit 4? Answer

20. How many three-even-digit numbers are divisible by 9? Answer

21. What is the largest digit in the product of 11111111 x 11111111? Answer

22. Counting from 11 by 1, which number comes next? It is not 12. Answer

23. What is the largest product of integers that add up to 17? Answer

24. F = (x-a)(x-b)(x-c) . . . (x-x)(x-y)(x-z). Find F. Answer

25. 52 – 28 = 4 Which digit do I move to make the equation correct? Answer

26. Please make 121 by using three 5s any math operators. Answer

27. How many 3-digit numbers have 5 divisors including 1? Answer

28. Find the odd one out. DEMON FIRST FORTY GHOST Answer

29. Cut a rectangle with a round hole into two equal-area parts. Answer

30. How many digits are there in binary presentation of 999? Answer

A+Click SMS Part 2