## Math Homework ProblemsJust a few math word problems to agitate your brain cells. [an error occurred while processing this directive]These questions are asked in the 2nd year high school level: 1. The ratio of Albert’s age to Boyet’s age is 5:7. In how many years will their ages be in the ratio of 4:5? 2. The squares of two consecutive odd numbers differ by 88. What are the numbers? 3. If a man walks to his factory at 6km/hr, he arrives 3 minutes before the time. If he walks at 5km/hr, he arrives 1 minute late. How far is his house from the factory? Let's get started... 1. Let x = number of years in the future.
(x+2)^2 - x^2 = 88
Let D = the distance from the house to the factory, which is That difference is 4 minutes, or 4/60 or 1/15 of an hour. Therefore, if 6t = 5(t + 1/15) 6(1/3) = 2 km It takes the man 20 minutes to cover the 2 km distance if he walks at 6km/hr, and 24 minutes if he walks at 5km/hr. Why doesn't he just leave his house a minute earlier? Sheesh! :-) Related: Can the level of Math education sink any lower? Do you LIKE this page? Please let us know, and we will publish more of the content that YOU want. Salamat po!
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