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ArithMazeIn the following numericmaze, go to the ‘START’ box and proceed through the maze, following instructions as provided, until you get to the ‘FINISH’ box. What number did you finish with? 
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Puzzle OneOn the clock below, the time shown is 14:23:30. Can you determine the exact angle, in degrees, that the hour and minute hands make at this time?

Puzzle TwoUnder his new contract, Murray’s annual salary will increase by 4,000 each year after the 1st year. If his total annual salary projected over next 12 years is $1,266,580, and on his 10th year he is to receive a special bonus of 10% on his annual salary. What is his annual starting salary and also what is his projected salary for 12th year? Solution: Let x = his starting annual salary Annual Salaries projection: 1st year = x Total of 12 years of annual salaries: 12.3x + 914,800 = 1,266,580; 12.3x = 1,266,580 – 914,800 = 351,780 Therefore, x = 351,780 / 12.3 = $28,600 (Starting annual salary) and 
Puzzle ThreeWhat is the sum of 1+11+111+1111+11111+111111………up to 100 digits of 1? Solution: RULE for adding consecutive numbers in a group: 