Hey everyone,

This is going to get annoying, but my cousins say that this rule is going to get a lot of you people after a while:

## Slackers and Imamadmad

Starting now until I decide to end this rule, every tenth question of the day that I divide for separate users, add five to your answer. For example, if you see questions labeled for another person to do– that means you don’t have to do it, and the question of the day is “divided” into parts. Make sure YOU keep a close tally!

A number n is randomly chosen from the set {1, 2, 3, …, 24, 25}. What is the probability that the equation x2 + nx + 24 = 0 has two integer solutions? Express your answer as a common fraction.

## Blueeighthnote

Starting now until I decide to end this rule, every tenth question of the day that I divide for separate users, add five to your answer. For example, if you see questions labeled for another person to do– that means you don’t have to do it, and the question of the day is “divided” into parts. Make sure YOU keep a close tally!

The first three terms of an arithmetic sequence are p, 6, and 2p-3. What is the tenth term of this sequence (the original question had 2014th)?

## Previous Solution

Blueeighthnote: You don't need calculus to answer the question.

The two coaches start out 200 yards apart which equals 600ft. Each second the coaches get 6ft loser to each other, so it will take 100 seconds for them to reach each other. So Kim will run for 100 seconds at 20 feet pers second for a total of 2000 ft. I know I confused you. I worked it out with calculus too incorrectly, and I knew you would get around 52. Haha!

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