Check Your Math!

Here are the answers to the word problems at the back of the books. 

Warning: getting the following answers right means you are Math Inspector material!

This could cause a sudden desire to know “why” things happen, an uncontrollable urge to solve mysteries, and (most commonly) an inability to stop thinking about chocolate milk shakes.

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Proceed at your own risk!

The Math Inspectors

Book 1: The Case of the Claymore Diamond

Problem 1:

Polly can buy 9 witch’s brooms with $130.00.

Problem 3:

Felix could eat 70.5 truffles in 15 minutes. Felix would spend $123.38 on truffles.

Bonus: Felix would get sick inside the store!

PS Yes, you can eat only .5 of a truffle.

Problem 2:

Stella spent $204 attending Rhyming Camp.

Problem 4:

Welix Wervish would receive 159 votes in the Biggest Doofus in Ravensburg Contest.

Molly Martridge would receive 141 votes.

Welix wins!

Ready For The Next Mystery?

The Case of the Mysterious Mr. Jekyll:  When Ravensburg gets hit by a series of hilarious vandalism, the Math Inspectors are called in. Is it to solve the case or take the fall?

The Math Inspectors

Book 2: The Case of the Mysterious Mr. Jekyll

Problem 1:

Mr. Under sells 66.67 hotdogs per hour on a Friday night in October.

Problem 3:

Felix will need 44 1-pint jars to sell his 5.5 gallons of Chocolate Eyeball Soup to Mabel.

Problem 2:

Felix will need 1.25 gallons of melted chocolate for his Chocolate Eyeball Soup.

Problem 4:

It will take 353.62 minutes before Felix’s shoulder stops functioning.

Ready For The Next Mystery?

The Case of the Christmas Caper: What’s the worst possible Christmas crime? It’s the one that the Math Inspectors face in this story. Can they save Christmas? 

The Math Inspectors

Book 3: The Case of the Christmas Caper

Problem 1:

Mr. 

Problem 3:

Felix will 

Problem 2:

Felix 

Problem 4:

It 

Ready For The Next Mystery?

The Case of the Hamilton Roller Coaster: The Math Inspectors are being targeted by a criminal, and more than their reputations are on the line in this wild ride of a mystery! 

The Math Inspectors

Book 4: The Case of the Hamilton Roller Coaster

Problem 1:

Mr.  

Problem 3:

Felix

Problem 2:

Felix

Problem 4:

It

Ready For The Next Mystery?

The Case of the Forgotten Mine: A field trip to the abandoned mining town of Forgotten, West Virginia… what could go wrong? How about everything!

The Math Inspectors

Book 5: The Case of the Forgotten Mine

Problem 1:

M

Problem 3:

F

Problem 2:

Felix

Problem 4:

It w

Ready For The Next Mystery?

Now you can create your own math mysteries in the Make Your Own Comic Book, a book of blank comic strips just waiting for your creativity!

Numbers Never Lie

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Keep Track of Clues!

If you want to be a Math Inspector, you're going to need a good notebook. Look for questions, jot down clues, and solve the mystery. Get THE TOP SECRET JOURNAL!

Learn Your Math!

Want to know how to get better at problem solving? Pay attention in math class. Use the Math Inspectors' MATH CLASS NOTEBOOK to keep your thoughts organized!

Do Your Own Mystery Work!

Ever want to be a writer? Here's your chance. Get creative and MAKE YOUR OWN COMIC BOOK mysteries today!

Check Your Math!

If you're a Math Inspectors fan, you know all about the math problems at the end of the books. Work out the problems and CHECK YOUR ANSWERS HERE.

Meet The Math Inspectors!

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