L lobo New member Joined Sep 5, 2006 Messages 2 Sep 5, 2006 #1 You have 16 new CDs to put on your empty five-shelf CD rack. Can you place the CDs so that each shelf contains 3 or fewer CDs? Can you arrange them so that each shelf gets exactly three? can anyone help me out???

You have 16 new CDs to put on your empty five-shelf CD rack. Can you place the CDs so that each shelf contains 3 or fewer CDs? Can you arrange them so that each shelf gets exactly three? can anyone help me out???

tkhunny Moderator Staff member Joined Apr 12, 2005 Messages 9,791 Sep 5, 2006 #2 Please don't post the same question in multiple locations. It wastes space and possibly time. 16/5 = 3.2 Hmmm... Why do you think this problem is difficult? Is there more to the question?

Please don't post the same question in multiple locations. It wastes space and possibly time. 16/5 = 3.2 Hmmm... Why do you think this problem is difficult? Is there more to the question?

L lobo New member Joined Sep 5, 2006 Messages 2 Sep 5, 2006 #3 welll.. its suppose to be like a critical thinking math quesiton.

stapel Super Moderator Staff member Joined Feb 4, 2004 Messages 15,943 Sep 6, 2006 #4 lobo said: its suppose to be like a critical thinking math quesiton. Click to expand... So... take the answers you've been given, and think about it. Eliz.

lobo said: its suppose to be like a critical thinking math quesiton. Click to expand... So... take the answers you've been given, and think about it. Eliz.