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Math Corrections
In both videos, there were equations that didn’t make sense. In the baking video, the impossible problem was that seven times thirteen equals twenty-eight. Also, in the other video, the equation was five times fourteen equals twenty-five. Neither of these two mathematical problems are true! Their sense in these solutions does not and cannot be correct! On a math test they would get F’s because that is not the way how to multiply, add and divide.Also, the equation three times blank equals fifteen would work. I solved this mentally by uswing my head and the equation could work.
Article posted September 22, 2011 at 04:39 PM • comment • Reads 40 • Return to Blog List