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# Typists problem

### #31

Posted 21 March 2008 - 03:41 AM

### #32

Posted 21 March 2008 - 06:50 AM

OK if two typest type 2 pages in 2 min, that means that they each are typing 1 page every two min. So in order to type 18 pages in 18 min you would need 36 typists.

If 2 are typing at the same time for 2 minutes and finish with 2 pages, and assuming they are equal then each did, in fact, take 2 minutes to type one page. At this rate, in 18 minutes each will have typed 9 pages. 9x2=18. It has to be 2 by this thinking.

36 would type 36 pages in 2 minutes with this logic, if everyone is typing 1 page every 2 minute.

**Edited by AugustWst, 21 March 2008 - 06:57 AM.**

### #33

Posted 21 March 2008 - 11:43 AM

So for 18 pages you need 18/2 x 4 = 36 typist-minute

Since you are given 18 minutes, the number of typist you need = 36/ 18 = 2 typist.

### #34

Posted 21 March 2008 - 12:14 PM

### #35

Posted 24 March 2008 - 08:03 AM

### #36

Posted 26 March 2008 - 07:31 PM

2 typist can type 2 pages in 2 minutes, so each is typing .5 pages a minite, so in 18 minutes each would type 9 pages both of them together would type the 18 pages.

### #37

Posted 26 March 2008 - 07:48 PM

2 typists type 1 page every minute

2 typists type 2 pages every 2 minutes

2 typists type 3 pages every 3 minutes

2 typists type 4 pages every 4 minutes

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2 typists type 17 pages every 17 minutes

2 typists type 18 pages every 18 minutes

### #38

Posted 27 March 2008 - 10:07 AM

If two typists can type two pages in two minutes, how many typists does it take to type 18 pages in 18 minutes?

hmm well i know its too late to p0st my idea regarding this matter, but im just a new member here and as i viewed their comments about your post, m0st 0f them didnt s0lve this l0gically, well i h0nestly g0t ur answer f0r 2 minutes, and in fact its s0 easy, from the statement " two typists ca type two pages in two minutes means that 0ne typist can type 0ne page for two minutes.So the answer is 6 right?...t0 th0se wh0 cann0t get the explanati0n, well you need s0me meds to enhace your brain.

I) Problem: h0w many typists will it take to type 18 pages in two minutes:

since the answer is 0bviously stated ab0ve, that the two typists can type two pages in two minutes;

therefore the answer wud be 6.

shows that:

1 typist = 1 page for 2 minutes

1 typist = 3 pages for 6 minutes

2 typists = 6 pages for 6 minutes

3 typists = 9 pages for 6 minutes

4 typists = 12 pages for 6 minutes

5 typists = 15 pages for 6 minutes

**6 typists = 18 pages for 6 minutes**

### #39

Posted 27 March 2008 - 10:09 AM

As simple as 2.

2 typist can type 2 pages in 2 minutes, so each is typing .5 pages a minite, so in 18 minutes each would type 9 pages both of them together would type the 18 pages.

hahaha, ur rili funny...y0ur wr0ng...rereead the p0sts...analyze it l0gically

### #40

Posted 27 March 2008 - 10:18 AM

hahaha, ur rili funny...y0ur wr0ng...rereead the p0sts...analyze it l0gically

well i agree that 1 typist can type .5 in 0ne minute,therefore 1 typist can type 3 pages in 6 minutes right? ( 1typist * .5page *6minutes = 3 pages )

so, if there are 6 typists, they can produced 18 pages in 6 minutes. ( 6typists * .5page * 6minutes = 18 pages )

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