Date Rewarded: May 1st, 2001.

**300**to

**400**on a piece of paper, how many times would you have written the number 3?

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## Wednesday, April 25, 2001

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## Tuesday, April 3, 2001

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Date Released: April 25th, 2001.

Date Rewarded: May 1st, 2001.

If you wrote all of the numbers from **300** to **400** on a piece of paper, how many times would you have written the number 3?

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Date Rewarded: May 1st, 2001.

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Date Released: April 19th, 2001.

Date Rewarded: April 25th, 2001

The total number of Neopoints worth of goods bought every day in Neopia is**8,549,176,320 NP**. What is special about that number?

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All the digits in the number are in alphabetical order: Eight, Five, Four, Nine, One, Seven, Six, Three, Two, Zero.

Date Rewarded: April 25th, 2001

The total number of Neopoints worth of goods bought every day in Neopia is

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All the digits in the number are in alphabetical order: Eight, Five, Four, Nine, One, Seven, Six, Three, Two, Zero.

Date Released: April 10th, 2001.

Date Rewarded: April 19th, 2001.

**It's too hard!!!**

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Those letter are made of straight lines only. Other letters between the above letters: B, C, D, G, J having curves in them. Therefore, the next two letters are N and T.

Date Rewarded: April 19th, 2001.

This weeks conundrum is less confusing than last weeks... but it's still quite tricky.

My question is : **What are the next two letters in this series: A E F H I K L M ?**

Those letter are made of straight lines only. Other letters between the above letters: B, C, D, G, J having curves in them. Therefore, the next two letters are N and T.

Date Released: April 3rd, 2001.

Date Rewarded: April 10th, 2001.

*I spent one third of my life in school,*

*I spent four years working in a bakery in Neopia Central,*

*I spent the next three years smuggling Juppies in Mystery Island.*

**How old am I?**

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According to the news, "The correct answer to last week's was*Thirty-Four* as it was in fact referring to Mulvinn the Wocky." TNT took it down and replaced with "The Nightsteed" article.

__Note__: If you have a copy of that article, please let me know.

Date Rewarded: April 10th, 2001.

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According to the news, "The correct answer to last week's was

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There are 100 numbers from 300 to 399. Each one has a number 3 in the 1st digit. (hundreds place)

There are 10 numbers from 330 to 339. Each one has a number 3 in the 2nd digit. (tens place)

There are 10 numbers that has a number 3 in the last digit (ones place) i.e. 303, 313, 323 ... 393.

Therefore, there are totally 120 times of number 3 from number 300 to number 400.