Here's a simple question: Jack bought 2500 logs, in bundles of 5 logs 100.500 logs were added to his collection of logs. How many bundles of logs does Jack have now? Explain your answer. The first person who gives the correct answer will receive 1k!
Jack has 2500 logs in bundles of 5
2500:5 = 500 that means he has 500 bundles because in each bundle are 5 logs
100.500 logs were added so it’s 2500+ 100.500= 103.000
That means you divide 103.000 : 5
That means jack has 20.600 bundles with 5 logs in each bundle
It either 0 or you question isn't straight forward enough. 100.500 inst a number. did you mean 100,500? or 100.5? or were you ending the sentence at 100 and then starting the next sentence with 500? If it's the latter the answer is 400.
Well which is is 100,500 or 100.5? As 100.500 isn't a number. The most important part of riddles is for them to be clear. Which this is so far from being. The punctuation need to be accurate too. Your first line makes no sense.
Jack has 2500 logs in bundles 5 bundles per 100 logs. From what I understood is that 5 bundles will equal to 100 logs meaning there are 20 logs in 1 bundle. If Jack originally had 2500 logs = 125 bundles then an additional of 500 logs would equate to 3000 = 150 bundles.
100: Assuming that 100.500 isnt a decimal and a start of a new sentence.
Jack originally bought the logs all in bundles, which amounts to 125 bundles in all. But, since he put 500 logs in his collection (25 bundles), it amounts to 100...
let me rephrase the whole riddle.
Here's a simple question:
Jack bought 2500 logs, in bundles of 5 log 100 . 500 logs were added to his collection of logs.
How many bundles of logs does Jack have now?
Explain your answer.
The first person who gives the correct answer will receive 1k!
Do I know that Penguin :O:! I am overweight but not overly so and I get judge all the time for going back for thirds and fourths. Just because I can eat a whole pizza in one sitting doesn't mean I should be judged for it :(. *eats entire box of chocolates to soothe his soul*.