# How Well Do You Know Postage Stamp Problem?

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 107  Settings  The postage stamp problem can be explained as a mathematical riddle that questions the smallest postage value that cannot find a place on an envelope. Especially if the envelope is limited to only a number of stamps with individual face value. With that point brought in, the questions compiled here focus on postage stamp and this particular problem.

• 1.
Under which kind of mathematical problem does it fall?
• A.

Equation

• B.

Mathematical riddle

• C.

Trinomial problem

• D.

Polynomial problem

• 2.
How many stamps is needed to get 13 cents?
• A.

Two stamps

• B.

Five stamps

• C.

Four stamps

• D.

Seven stamps

• 3.
How many methods are useful in solving the problem?
• A.

5 methods

• B.

3 methods

• C.

4 methods

• D.

2 methods

• 4.
Which of these can be used in solving the problem?
• A.

Brute force search

• B.

Brute research

• C.

Elimination technique

• D.

Back trapping

• 5.
What is the problem called when the capacity of the envelope is fixed?
• A.

Trinomial time problem

• B.

• C.

Polynomial time problem

• D.

Positive integers problem

• 6.
What is the problem called when the capacity of the envelope is arbitrary?
• A.

Definition problem

• B.

NP-hard problem

• C.

Arbitrary problem

• D.

Coin-hard problem

• 7.
Which of these is not related to the problem?
• A.

Envelope

• B.

Integer

• C.

Variable

• D.

Capacity

• 8.
How many stamps will yield 12 cents?
• A.

3 stamps

• B.

4 stamps

• C.

7 stamps

• D.

2 stamps

• 9.
What is used to denote in the problem?
• A.

Positive integers

• B.

Variables

• C.

Polynomials

• D.

Capacity

• 10.
What is the maximum number of stamps most envelopes can hold?
• A.

2 stamps

• B.

3 stamps

• C.

5 stamps

• D.

4 stamps

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