Which problem according to you as the toughest in the set? Which was the most easy one? Do you have any suggestions for me to improve or change? How would you rate my set on 10? Do add you opinions as comments! :)

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TopNewestWhich set are you talking about @Krishna Ar it is the 5 grade one?

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Yes...of course

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I guess mine would be the comibinactorics problem

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I enjoyed the set! I like questions that make me think, but aren't too time consuming.

I'd give the set 8 out of 10.

Hard to say which problems were easy or difficult, since I didn't solve them all at once.

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Thanks :)

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I love this set. It helps me a lot :)

I'd give this 9 out of 10 :v

Most difficult? Hmm... I think it's the combinatorics one (since that is the only question I couldn't solve :)

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Glad to know it helped! ^_^

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The combinatorics prob. was a bit tricky. For a 5th grader it has to be a 10/10. Glad to solve them all ! $:)$

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Thanks, Keshav. $\ddot \smile$

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It was very tough according to me .I would give 2 out of 5 ratings

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A low rating must be given if the quality of the questions are bad. Simply because you weren't able to solve them, it doesnt mean that you could rate it low. Anyway, even though I would take this up statistically, On a personal note , I would ignore this , considering this invalid

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Yeah I understand you . The questions makes sense and means a lot to me .

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