try working with the multiples of 8 :)
VP: Do you already have the answer?
I don't even know how to start!!
UGHHH..... I forgot how to do this kind of problem. Suggestions?
how do you even start?
can and/or are the other 3 numbers be the same?
simple. just use guess, check, and revise. hope this helps!
I got it, try to figure out what the sum of the 5# is.
i got it,put x for the three unkown numbers then use division to solve.
I got it! If anyone needs any help, try starting with the simple facts. :)
make sure you know what an average is. Try to think about it less, make it simpler.
to get an average, add all the numbers together, then divide by how many numbers there are.
I GOT IT! start the question, what divided by 5 =8. You probably know that
WHAT? Any suggestions?
Never mind I understand now. :)
do all of the numbers have to be under 10?
i got it!
Don't over think this question. Just use your basic facts.
the hardest thing is to figure out if the other 3 numbers are higher then 10.(i think i got the answer)
just divide cause you add to find the average so if you divide the average you will get a starter
i got it!!! forget what i said earlier people. just start with your basic facts
Yeah, I do!
(I was talking to Mrs.Parker
I realy dont get this problem.help!
Does anyone have any tips on how to start????
try to think about multiplying!
I NEED HELP!!!
CAN ANYONE HELP? OR IS EVERYONE OFF?
i got it!!!!! :) i agree with CAM, start woth what divided by 5 is 8. it really helped me. good luck! :)
LRS, start with factors of one of the numbers. don't want to give to big of a hint
CAM your right
try averaging try and remember stem and leaf plots and mean median and mode
i got it! its simple your probably over thinking it just use the facts u know. ...no decimals no negatives just use ur basic facts to guess and check dont over think it
The thing that i think you should look for is that if its supposed to =8 it should be a multiple of ..........
Think about numbers that five and eight multiply to.
This is pretty easy when you use logic.
sometimes you must subtract and add add add
the word value is important also thik about how you get the average
try to find 3 new numbers that when added to 7 can be divided by 5 and equal 8.
I'll be interested to know how JET used stem and leaf plots.
Great tip on using what you know about averaging numbers! Thanks JLS for not giving to BIG of a tip.
Don't give up!
try guess and check
I don't know where to start
i got it,you have to make the 5 numbers sum divisible by 8
think about multiples
think of multiples of 5 and 8
think of how to find the sum when you know the average
thanks for all of the tips! they helped a lot!:)
the answer should have been anonced in class today
cool! but i don't get it
11 because 40÷5 =8 so if you add 5 and 2 it is 7 and 40-7=33 and there are 3 numbers left so 33÷3=11
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