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Grace L YELLOW
11/10/2015 05:23:01 pm
All the numbers in each column equal 15 therefore 5+1+1+n=15. n=8
Grace L Yellow
11/10/2015 05:29:48 pm
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.
Zoe Yellow
11/10/2015 07:43:42 pm
I also agree with you. The problem reminded me of a magic number box, so I added the numbers together and got, ?=8.
Avery Blue
11/10/2015 06:11:17 pm
I agree with you because I got the same thing when I added all mine to.
Zoe Yellow
11/10/2015 07:51:46 pm
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.
Annie Blue
11/10/2015 09:50:47 pm
Me too!
Brody yellow
11/10/2015 06:30:45 pm
I agree with Grace the ?=8 because all of the rows/columns add up to 15
Lilly yellow
11/10/2015 07:07:52 pm
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!📚
Duncan Blue
11/10/2015 07:34:28 pm
I agree with ? = 8 because then each collum adds up to 15
Grace L Yellow
11/10/2015 07:53:14 pm
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.
Lilly yellow
11/10/2015 07:03:55 pm
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📚
Connor L YELLOW
11/10/2015 05:27:05 pm
The ? is 8. This makes each column and row equal 15.
Jovian Yellow
11/10/2015 05:33:37 pm
? is 8 because in each row or column it equals 15.
Jovian Yellow
11/10/2015 05:40:58 pm
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.
Jovian Yellow
11/10/2015 05:43:31 pm
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.)
Blythe Blue
11/10/2015 05:52:32 pm
1) I think that the ? is 8 because all the rows and columns add up to 15.
Avery Blue
11/10/2015 06:09:27 pm
I agree with you Blythe because if you mess up one number or accidentally read it wrong you will get a really bad grade
Avery Blue
11/10/2015 06:07:43 pm
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. 11/10/2015 07:37:41 pm
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.
Zack Yellow
11/10/2015 06:17:24 pm
?=8.:)
Alexander Blue
11/10/2015 06:20:49 pm
1.8 2.4 3.Because all the work adds up! :D 4.a yard of trash/trash yard
Jeffrey Yellow
11/10/2015 06:27:29 pm
The answer is 8 how i know is because the other columns all equal up to 15
Jeffrey Yellow
11/10/2015 06:25:07 pm
Peter Blue
11/10/2015 06:52:15 pm
I probably should have put a yard of trash instead. 🙃
Peter Blue
11/10/2015 06:49:14 pm
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.
Anuraag Blue
11/10/2015 07:00:54 pm
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.
Tui yellow
11/10/2015 07:03:56 pm
1)
Georgia Yellow
11/10/2015 07:18:14 pm
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. 11/10/2015 07:28:42 pm
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.
Anna Blue
11/10/2015 07:20:05 pm
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)
Georgia Yellow
11/10/2015 07:20:58 pm
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. 11/10/2015 07:32:26 pm
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.
Duncan Blue
11/10/2015 07:38:50 pm
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.
Christopher Blue
11/10/2015 08:27:18 pm
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.
Georgia Yellow
11/10/2015 07:39:43 pm
Three feet of trash equals a yard or trash.
Georgia Yellow
11/10/2015 07:41:37 pm
^^^^^never mind what I said.. The answer is a JUNK YARD!!!
Duncan Blue
11/10/2015 07:41:17 pm
Three feet of trash is a junk yard (3 feet=1 yard and trash=junk).
Duncan Blue
11/10/2015 07:45:53 pm
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.
Christopher Blue
11/10/2015 08:25:12 pm
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!
Christopher Blue
11/10/2015 08:22:25 pm
For the first problem I got ?=8. 5+1+1=7. 157=8.
Wills Blue
11/10/2015 08:25:18 pm
#1 is ?=8
Dakota Blue
11/10/2015 08:38:11 pm
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.
Dakota Blue
11/10/2015 08:41:38 pm
The question mark equals eight. ?=8
Dakota Blue
11/10/2015 08:44:27 pm
1/3 of 10 equals 3
Dakota Blue
11/10/2015 08:50:52 pm
What makes arithmetic hard is that you have to choose certain numbers for it all to work. You can't just choose any numbers.
Wills Blue
11/10/2015 08:52:36 pm
#4 is YARDAGE
Wills Blue
11/10/2015 08:58:26 pm
#2 is 4!
Dakota Blue
11/10/2015 09:01:44 pm
You wouldn't round up
Dakota Blue
11/10/2015 08:59:16 pm
Three feet of trash is a junk yard because three feet equals one yard.
Sophie Blue
11/10/2015 09:41:06 pm
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.
Annie Blue
11/10/2015 09:50:02 pm
I think that the question mark is equal to 8 because each row and column adds up to 15. Comments are closed.

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