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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsMathematics · 1 decade ago

Lets test your brain, Math Problems :-)?

A student was given a piece of rope and told to cut it into two equal pieces, keep one piece, and pass the other peice to the next student. Each student was to repeat this process until every student in the class had exactly one piece of rope. WHich of the following could be the fraction of the original rope that one of the students had?

A) 1/14

B) 1/15

C) 1/16

D) 1/17

E) 1/18

GO! :-)

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  • 1 decade ago
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    C)

    Only 1/16 cause it is (1/2)^4.

  • 1 decade ago

    C because the first kid would have 1/2 the second kid would have 1/4 the third kid would have 1/8 and the forth kid would have 1/16

  • 4 years ago

    If n and ok are postive integers and eight^n=2^ok, what's the cost of n/ok? 8^n = 2^3n =2^ok so 3n =ok so n/ok = a million/3 you have not indicated what the sale cost is, so difficulty won't be able to be responded. in case you mean f(x)= 3x+4, then 2f(x) = 6x+8 G/P = 5/3 ---> G = 5P/3 P + G = 120,000 P +5P/3 =120,000 8P/3 =120,000 P = 3*120,000/8 = 40 5,000 in user-friendly words a million or 2 satisfies the inequality. therefore the opportunities are 2/10 or a million/5

  • JasonM
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    C

    The first person would have 1/2

    The second 1/4

    The third 1/8

    The fourth 1/16

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