**Challenging Math Problem - 20 November**

You have $100 with you and you have to buy 100 balls with it. 100 is the exact figure and you cant go below or above the numbers and you have to use the entire $100. If there is no kind of tax applied how many of each of the following balls will you be able to buy:

Green Balls costing $6

Yellow Balls costing $3

Black Balls costing $0.10

Now, how many of each must you buy to fulfill the condition given?

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1 green, 29 yellow, 70 black

ReplyDelete1,29,70

ReplyDelete13 green 7 yellow 10 black

ReplyDelete11, 11, 10

ReplyDeletethat's only 31 balls

Delete32 balls sorry

DeleteLet green ,ball, yellow ball,black ball be a,b and c

ReplyDeleteThen a+b+c=100

By cost 6a+3b+0.1c=100

If we take the higher cost as unity then

Green ball =1,yellow ball =29 ,black ball=70

1,29,70

ReplyDelete10/10/100

ReplyDeleteOr as my 13(yo) son said within 3 seconds of reading it. . . Why not just buy 1000 black balls! The rules didn't specify you had to buy all three types of balls. You adults think too much.

ReplyDelete(Facepalm)