Li Li read a 96 page story book. On the first day, he read one eighth of the book. He asked: what page should I read the next day? Li Li read seven sixths of the first day the next day. How many pages did she read the next day? How many more pages did she read than the first day?
The answer is 96 * 1 / 8 + 1 = 13 96 * 1 / 8 * 7 / 6 = 14 96 * 1 / 8 * 7 / 6-96 * 1 / 8 = 2
For a novel, one eighth of the whole book is 21 pages more on the first day, one sixth of the whole book is 6 pages less on the second day, and there are 172 pages left. How many pages do you want?
If you read 21 pages less on the first day and 6 pages more on the second day, you will have 172 + 21-6 = 187 pages left
The number of pages is 187 / (1-1 / 8-1 / 6) = 264
Xiao Ming read a story book. On the first day, he read one sixth of the book. At this time, the ratio of the pages he read to the pages he didn't read is two to three. How many pages are there in the book?
Brother, the title is wrong. One sixth will tell you that it's 1:5 whether you have seen it or not. Where's 2:3
NEXT: Beibei read a story book. On the first day, he read one sixth of the whole book. On the second day, he read 36 more pages than on the first day. At this time, the ratio of the number of pages he has read to the number of pages left is 5 to 6. How many more pages can Beibei finish reading the book