**A.1185. ****How many 3-digit numbers contain the digit 5 exactly once? **

**A.1186.**** Five girls and three boys want to play soccer. How many different ways can they make two teams of 4 players if each team must have at least one boy?**

**A.1187.**** Make as many 3-digit numbers as you can using the digits 5, 6, and 7 exactly once in each number. What is the sum of all those numbers?**

**A.1188.**** We painted a 10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm cube red. Then we cut it up into 1 cm x 1cm x 1cm little cubes by cuts parallel to the sides of the big cube. How many of the little cubes have red paint on them?**

**A.1189.**** Is it true that you can always find two numbers among six odd numbers whose difference is divisible by 10?**

**A.1190.**** Is it true that you can always find two numbers among 4 odd numbers whose difference or sum is divisible by 10?**

**A.1191.**** How many square numbers are there from 1 to 2018?**

**A.1192.**** In some of the 3-digit numbers every digit is less than 4. How many such numbers are there?**

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