Tell Me Which A/E Math Topics You Need Help In & I'll Do My Best To Assist

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9 Responses to Tell Me Which A/E Math Topics You Need Help In & I'll Do My Best To Assist

  1. If 5 men can make 40 tables in 12 days, calculate how long it will take 24 men to make 320 tables ?

    How to solve the above ?

    what type of question is this ?



    alwaysLovely Reply:

    It's a proportion question.

    40 tables ==> 60 hours (5*12)
    320 tables ==> 60*8 = 480 hours

    480/24 = 20 days.


    Siti Reply:

    May I know, how did you know that the 60hours x 8. I mean where did you get the number 8?? *Confused*


    alwaysLovely Reply:

    40 tables ==> 60 hours so
    320 tables ==> 60*8 = 480 hours
    (8 times of 40 requires 8 times more time)

    Hope this clears your confusion.

  2. Ai Ling,
    Are you planing to have a printed version of your textbook? I prefer my kid to have a hardcopy , btw I do not have a printer at home.


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