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hawtdawggy wrote: BAH! fine if u 2 are gonna fight over that dollar so much ill give it back *gives back dollar i stole* happy now? no cheap hooker for me now *finds dollar on the floor* schveet! *goes to find cheap hooker* haha i salute you =P may you have fun with your cheap hooker 8D 



That question has got me thinking.
The answer is a bit hard to believe though. >_>" My brain hurts now. 

I take your life forever.


we've discussed this in our math class.
it's just a trick question, there's nothing missing 



Hmmm when you think about it...if they paid 27 dollars for the room..which is suppose to be 25 dollars...so the 2 dollars does seems to be the part of the the 27 which the bell boy took...
The 3 dollars goes to the guys thus they paying 30 dollars. NO missing dollar. =] 

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awww....i hate math!!!!




abnoi wrote: we've discussed this in our math class. it's just a trick question, there's nothing missing Sonovin wrote: Hmmm when you think about it...if they paid 27 dollars for the room..which is suppose to be 25 dollars...so the 2 dollars does seems to be the part of the the 27 which the bell boy took... The 3 dollars goes to the guys thus they paying 30 dollars. NO missing dollar. =] yay! someone has the same answer as me! ^^ 



lol you learned order matters..hmm time to attempt number 2 about the two brothers.
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n_n303 wrote: i thought about it again and you're right. which leads me thinking what the fuck were they teaching us in math class then? oh poor you... i had teachers that didn't know what they were teaching too... 8D i correct most of my math teachers 8D but some aren't as good in taking corrections as others... and i get scolded and say it's my fault that they made that mistake... >_< 



Redgriffin wrote: Ok i got one..... Two brothers needs to get 60 $ (any money) for them to buy the object that they like...The Question is Brother A needs to borrow Half of Brother B's money to get 60 $ and Brother B needs to get 1/3 of the money from brother A to get a total of 60 dollars... Q: How much Brother A and Brother B have in their pocket for them to have 60 $ in total? They both have 40 bucks? =] 

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It's because you did the math wrong.
It's supposed to be (272) = 25 NOT (27 + 2) = 29. It should be solved for $25, not $30. Jesus horntooting Christ. 

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ryancl_nguyen wrote: 3 guys wanted to rent a single motel room the room costed $30 so the 3 men decided to split the cost into $10 a person the hotel manager made a mistake It was $25 for a room instead of $30 the hotel manager gave $5 change to the bus boy to return to the 3 men the bus boy said 'how can i split $5 into 3 guys? so he stole $2 from the $5 and had $3 left, he gave $1 of that $3 to each of those guys therefore each man ended up paying $9 instead of $10 3 X 9 = 27 27 + 2 (the $2 the bus boy stole) = 29 heres the question where did $1 disapear to ???? man i cant solve it I'm an english major, and I hate math. This question was driving me crazy though  so I asked Daichitenski (who is, in fact a math major). This is what she came up with: "well the $1 is still there it's just the way they presented the total: heres what the guys payed 3($10)=$30 10 = (9+1) and 30= 25 bill and 5 change 3(9+1)=25+5 3(9+1)=25+(3+2) 27+3=25+(3+2) because the total they paid was 27 the room and the doorman so the only $ not accounted for is the $3 change.......so there was no reason to add the 2 cuz it was already accounted for...... hope that helps......cuz mathematically it works just not logically." 

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Sonovin wrote: Redgriffin wrote: Ok i got one..... Two brothers needs to get 60 $ (any money) for them to buy the object that they like...The Question is Brother A needs to borrow Half of Brother B's money to get 60 $ and Brother B needs to get 1/3 of the money from brother A to get a total of 60 dollars... Q: How much Brother A and Brother B have in their pocket for them to have 60 $ in total? They both have 40 bucks? =] Nope. Bro A = needs a half of brother B's money to get a total of 60 If they had 40 bucks... Brother A= 40+20(half of bro B money) it is 60 CORRECT!! BUT Brother B need 1/3 of Bro A's money to get 60 : and Brothers B needs 1/3 of bro A's money to get 60 so ur answer is: Brother B= 40 + 13.333(1/3 of Bro A money) =53.333..so it is wrong Am i confusing? 

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Redgriffin wrote: Sonovin wrote: Redgriffin wrote: Ok i got one..... Two brothers needs to get 60 $ (any money) for them to buy the object that they like...The Question is Brother A needs to borrow Half of Brother B's money to get 60 $ and Brother B needs to get 1/3 of the money from brother A to get a total of 60 dollars... Q: How much Brother A and Brother B have in their pocket for them to have 60 $ in total? They both have 40 bucks? =] Nope. Bro A = needs a half of brother B's money to get a total of 60 If they had 40 bucks... Brother A= 40+20(half of bro B money) it is 60 CORRECT!! BUT Brother B need 1/3 of Bro A's money to get 60 : and Brothers B needs 1/3 of bro A's money to get 60 so ur answer is: Brother B= 40 + 13.333(1/3 of Bro A money) =53.333..so it is wrong Am i confusing? Ah..so they trade after another not saying from perspective that they would have 60 bucks if they did that. lol I solved with system of equations and it failed...both 40..thats how I got that. 

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Wait... its not taken from the 40+20 he just gained? so it is not simulateous?
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well, you got the other one correct about 40+20 but the other ones need 1/3 of Brother A's money to get 60...1/3 of (40) is 13.3333 so it doens't add up to 60 you just need to find the right amount for them to have a correct answer/... 

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lol I did the system of equations wrong I wrote iit down in wrong order in a way.
A = 36? B = 48? =] Yes, it is. I win. 

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