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Kakooma Sums, Products, Fractions and Create Your Own Kakooma

The rules for Kakooma are simple. Greg Tang developed this puzzle; I first heard him speak as a parent of elementary school children in 2002. Mr. Tang had a part in inspiring me to change my career to teach math. Subsequently, I attended one of his teach the teacher workshops. 

 

Conway Look and Say Sequence--Run Length Encoding

The Conway Sequence is a sequence of digits (also called Look-and-Say sequence) where each term is made of the reading of the digits (the number of consecutive digits) of the previous term. Conway created this sequence as a method of decoding called Run-Length Encoding.

Conway Look and Say Sequence--Run Length Encoding

The Conway Sequence is a sequence of digits (also called Look-and-Say sequence) where each term is made of the reading of the digits (the number of consecutive digits) of the previous term. Conway created this sequence as a method of decoding called Run-Length Encoding.

Conway Look and Say Sequence--Run Length Encoding

The Conway Sequence is a sequence of digits (also called Look-and-Say sequence) where each term is made of the reading of the digits (the number of consecutive digits) of the previous term. Conway created this sequence as a method of decoding called Run-Length Encoding.

THE SUM-PRODUCT PUZZLE: Number of Distinct Entries Patterns

In 1983 the prolific conjecturer Paul Erdős posed a math problem: Take any set of numbers you like.