All the numbers in each column equal 15 therefore 5+1+1+n=15. n=8
I think math is hard because you have to do many steps, and if you do the slightest thing wrong, the whole problem is wrong.
I also agree with you. The problem reminded me of a magic number box, so I added the numbers together and got, ?=8.
I also agree with why you think math is hard. I often find myself getting a problem wrong because I messed up the tiniest bit.
I agree with you because I got the same thing when I added all mine to.
Three feet of trash is a yard of trash.1/2 of 5 is 3, and 5x2=10,I have to do 3x2=6. Finally, I have to do 6 divided by 3=2. 1/3 of 10 is 2.
I agree with Grace the ?=8 because all of the rows/columns add up to 15
I think 1/3 of 10 is 4 because it said that half of five is 3 and 5x2 is 10 therefore half of 10 is 6 and 6+6=12 and 1/3 of 12 is 4!!!!!!
Three feet of trash is a yard of trash.
Arithmetic is hard work because you can get the whole problem wrong if you mess up one tiny step
Arthemetic is hard if don't know how to do it but if you know how to do it is very simple you just add them all up in a column and in this case it equaled 15 so the ?=8 because it was the number you had to use to get to 15! Good night!📚
I agree with ? = 8 because then each collum adds up to 15
I agree with Brody when he said that 1/3 of 10 is 4 because half of 5 is 3 as they said, and 5 times 2 is 10. 3 times 2 is 6, so this is half of 10. 6 times 2 is 12, and as Brody said 12 divided by 3 is 4, so I got 4 as my answer.
Also three feet is equal to one yard, so there is a yard of trash.
I agree grace with your awnser I also got 1/3 of 10 is 8! But sometimes in math if you do something wrong it can help you learn or even help you! Have a good night📚
The ? is 8. This makes each column and row equal 15.
? is 8 because in each row or column it equals 15.
I think math is hard some times when you have to remember orders or problems and you can get a big problem wrong from a small error.
3 feet of trash is a junkyard yard because 3 feet in a yard. (I found this in a book a couple of years ago.)
1) I think that the ? is 8 because all the rows and columns add up to 15.
2) Arithmetic is hard because if you do one step wrong, you mess up the whole problem. Also you have to remember a lot of different things.
I agree with you Blythe because if you mess up one number or accidentally read it wrong you will get a really bad grade
1. I think the answer for the question mark is 8. I know this because all of the rows and columns add up to 15.
2. To me what makes arithmetic hard is if you do one thing wrong, it will mess up the problem and you could get a bad grade. Plus it is hard to keep track of all the properties you have to learn.
3. In my opinion what I call three feet of trash is a junkyard because 3 feet equal one yard and some people call trash junk.
Honestly, I don't know what you would call three feet of trash, but Avery's answer makes sense, so I'm agreeing with her.
1.8 2.4 3.Because all the work adds up! :D 4.a yard of trash/trash yard
The answer is 8 how i know is because the other columns all equal up to 15
I think arithmetic is hard like Blythe Blue said if you miss one step the whole thing is messed up, its also hard because its all in a series, so if you forget something its also wrong. Thats why me personally I think arithmetic is hard.
I think ? equals 8. I think that because if you check every row it will end of at 15.
I probably should have put a yard of trash instead. 🙃
The answer to the first one is eight.The second one is 3.33333( or four). Math is difficult because sometimes you can make one little mistake in a huge problem and everything will be wrong.Ummm......I would call it a large pile of trash.
I'm pretty sure the question mark is 8 because all the other numbers add up to 15,and 5+8+1+1 equals 15! I think arithmetic is hard, like Blythe said,if you mess up one small little operation,you mess up the whole thing. 3 feet of trash is a "junk yard", because 3 feet is a yard. I agree with Jovian on that one.
The ? equals 8 because each row and collumn equals 15 and 4+2+1+x=15 x=8
If 1/2 of 5 is 3 you would round up from the exact number (2.5) so 1/3 of 10 would be 3 because you would round down from 3.333333333...
Arithmatic is hard because it all adds up;)
3ft of trash= a junk yard!!!
I think that the ? is 8. I think this because, when you add up each column, they all equal 15! So, in order to answer this question, you must see what they ? column adds up to. Going down and across, it adds up to 7, so you know its 8.
I agree with Grace and Brody. If you add all of the numbers up in each of the columns, you will get 15. So 8 is the correct answer.
1. ?=8 (all the columns add up to 15) 2. 3 (round down from 3.3333...) 3. Arithmetic is hard because you have so much to remember, and it is hard because you can make a mistake easily and ruin the problem. 4. a junk yard! (3 feet in a yard and some people call trash junk)
I think they answer to the second one is 3ft. I think this because on the first example, it said that half of 5 is 3. Which means that they rounded up. If you use the same method, then the answer equals 3.
The reason I think math is so hard is because all of those formulas are hard to remember, but once you've memorized them, they get a lot simpler. You just have to pay attention to every little detail.
I think that math is hard because there are so many things to remember. If you don't remember 1 thing fully, you might get that 1 thing wrong which will mess up the whole problem.
3 feet of trash is a yard of trash, or a junk yard because trash and junk are the same and 3 feet and a yard are the same.
Three feet of trash equals a yard or trash.
^^^^^never mind what I said.. The answer is a JUNK YARD!!!
Three feet of trash is a junk yard (3 feet=1 yard and trash=junk).
The fact that 1/2 of 5 rounded up is 3 is irrelevant to the problem. We only have to consider what 1/3 of 10 rounded UP is.
10 x 1/3=3.333...
Round that up and get 4.
1/3 of 10 is 4
If 1/2 of 5 is three, then it is 2.5 rounded. If that is the same, then 1/3 of 10 is 3.33333333333333333333333333333333333333, but since you round it, 1/3 of 10 is 3.
1. I think that the ? is 8. I think that because all of the columns (horizontally and vertically) must equal 15. With 8... Both ways worked with 8!
2. What makes arithmetic hard is if you mess up a little bit... It messes up THE WHOLE problem!
3. I have no idea what you call 3 feet of trash. Something that involves a yard I think. Trash yard?
OH!!!! I also forgot to put the answer to the little question 🙃. I think it would be 6 because you double it. Now that I think about it though... 2.5 could have been rounded to three and so it would be 5. I honestly feel like I am super wrong though :(
For the first problem I got ?=8. 5+1+1=7. 15-7=8.
I think math is hard because there is a lot of concepts and properties you have to remember over the years.
#1 is ?=8
#2 Is 3
#3 Math is hard because if you get the slightest thing wrong your whole answer is wrong
#4 is "a yard?"
For the puzzle, the sum of one row equaled 15 and the sum of 1 column equaled 15. So it was basically a bunch of expressions going up, down, and across all equaling 15.
The question mark equals eight. ?=8
1/3 of 10 equals 3
What makes arithmetic hard is that you have to choose certain numbers for it all to work. You can't just choose any numbers.
#4 is YARDAGE
#2 is 4!
You wouldn't round up
Three feet of trash is a junk yard because three feet equals one yard.
I believe that ?=8 because each row/column equals 15 and 8 ties it all together. 1/3 of 10 is 3 if you round like they did with 11/2 of 5. Arithmetic is difficult because every mark counts towards your answer. 3 feet of trash is a yard.
I think that the question mark is equal to 8 because each row and column adds up to 15.
I think that for the question, 1/3 of ten is 3, because you find 1/3 (33.3) and round.
I think arithmetic is difficult because everything you do, just one error, messes you up, especailly if it's a multi-step problem.
I also think that three feet of trash is a lot of trash. (More seriously: a yard of trash.)
I'm very excited about implementing technology in our Math class.