Jim Fleck won the lottery.
He spent two thirds of profits in a very posh house.
He spent two thirds of them had left the vessel.
Then came two-thirds of what was left of the hot air Ballon.
He spent £ 20.000 last is an impressive car.
How will win the lottery?

 

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  • £360,000 on his house.
    £120,000 on his yacht.
    £40,000 on balloon
    £20,000 on his car.
    He won £540,000 and hope he’s happy the jammy git…LOL

  • x=2/3x+2/9x+2/27x+20000

  • Work backwards to solve this problem type.
    20,000 is 1/3 of what ? — 60,000
    60,000 is 1/3 of what ? — 180,000
    180,000 is 1/3 of what ? — 540,000
    So he won 540,000 pounds
    Let’s check this out in the original problem
    He spent 2/3 of 540,000 on the very posh house — or 360,000 — leaving 180,000
    He spent 2/3 of 180,000 on the yacht — or 120,000 — leaving 60,000
    He spent 2/3 of 60,000 on the hot air balloon — or 40,000 — leaving 20,000
    He spent this all (20,000) on the flashy car, leaving him flat broke — but with lots of things to enjoy.

  • mike who the heck is jim in who cares if he spent that much money on that stuff how is this helping you sounds to me like you are ssovleing a math problem from school lol
    any ways lol you did not mention how much he won you just said that slick jim won the lottery you said two thrids of this in that not how much he won start your question over in tell every body how much he won in then you will get a answer

  • total winnings = £540,000
    house = £360,000
    yacht = £120,000
    hot air balloon = £40,000
    car = £20,000

  • x-20k=2x/3+2x/3*3+2x/3*3*3
    x-2x(9+3+1)/27=20k
    x/27=20k
    x=27*20k
    =540k
    =540,000$

  • Bundles.

  • x(2/3) + x(2/3)^2 + x(2/3)^3 + 20,000 = x

  • hobo uprising in wachovia

    October 7, 2009 at 11:57 pm

    a crapload of money

  • Work it out from the bottom
    20,000 on car = 1/3 price of of balloon
    40,000 on balloon = 1/3 price of yacht
    120,000 on yacht = 1/3 price of house
    360,000 on house
    20,000 + 40,000 + 120,000 + 360,000 = 540,000

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