Congratulations to the ten children who took part in the Primary Mathematics Challenge this year. This is a national competition which celebrates problem solving and combining complex mathematical ideas. The children all did brilliantly, using their mental maths and written annotations, to answer 25 questions in 45 minutes. Have a look at some examples of the questions from last year to see how challenging these children like their maths and can you solve the following question?
Q: Kim writes all the counting numbers from 1 to 100 in order without leaving gaps:
123456789101112131415… What is the 100th digit that Kim writes?
A: Please add them to the blog
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the answer is 5