Divide one whole number by another on your calculator. If the answer has one digit repeated but no other digits you have a "Noodlewhack".

## Examples:

 10÷3 = 3.3333333 111÷5 = 22.2 10÷9 = 1.1111111 198÷45 = 4.4

## How many Noodlewhacks can you find?

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• Jonathan Sun, South Yarra.Vic.Australia
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• 10 divide by 9 = 1.11111111111
10 divide by 8 = 1.25
10 divide by 7 = 1.42857142857
10 divide by 6 = 1.66666666666
10 divide by 4 = 2.5
10 divide by 3 = 3.33333333333
I learn how to work out noodle whacks since I was 6.
• Nate, Mount Erin College
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• 20/18=1.111
30/27=1.111
40/36=1.111
Repeat :).

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