#1

how much money,per week, would i need to get £1000 in 2 years

#2

Some

#3

Something like...

1000/104

1000/104

#4

£9.62

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#5

x, where x = do your own work

#6

Just less than 10.

If you can't work this out yourself you're probably mentally retarded.

If you can't work this out yourself you're probably mentally retarded.

#7

#9

"really hard maths question"

#10

'bout tree fiddy.

#11

Welcome to first grade. Dont forget your lunch Timmy

#12

£9.62

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That.

Not being funny, but why couldn't you work that out? Wasn't even hard to my standards and I can barely count, let alone do mathematics.

#13

you know, even google has a calculator now

you dont need us

you dont need us

#14

Let's count how many weeks are in a year...

After counting each days on a calendar, my answer is approximately 52.

Now, you said 2 years... So I think we have to do 52 x 2 (someone correct me on this one) which equals 104 (again, correction please).

The final task, being the hardest of course, is to know how much money PER week you need on a span of 104 weeks to attain 1000: I'll take a HUGE guess and go 1000/104, which should equal 9,615384615384615.

With the rounding skills I learned through my first high school year, I believe 9,62 should be an acceptable answer.

After counting each days on a calendar, my answer is approximately 52.

Now, you said 2 years... So I think we have to do 52 x 2 (someone correct me on this one) which equals 104 (again, correction please).

The final task, being the hardest of course, is to know how much money PER week you need on a span of 104 weeks to attain 1000: I'll take a HUGE guess and go 1000/104, which should equal 9,615384615384615.

With the rounding skills I learned through my first high school year, I believe 9,62 should be an acceptable answer.

#15

With the rounding skills I learned through my first high school year, I believe 9,62 should be an acceptable answer.

I don't think TS has started high school yet.

#16

#17

really hard english question: why is math plural in your title?

#18

really hard english question: why is math plural in your title?

It's meant to be Maths, as opposed to Math Or at least, here in England it is.

#19

really hard english question: why is math plural in your title?

Really hard English answer: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mathematics

#20

Do some of you guys seriously not notice that this is a troll?

#21

Let's count how many weeks are in a year...

After counting each days on a calendar, my answer is approximately 52.

Now, you said 2 years... So I think we have to do 52 x 2 (someone correct me on this one) which equals 104 (again, correction please).

The final task, being the hardest of course, is to know how much money PER week you need on a span of 104 weeks to attain 1000: I'll take a HUGE guess and go 1000/104, which should equal 9,615384615384615.

With the rounding skills I learned through my first high school year, I believe 9,62 should be an acceptable answer.

You derived the equation incorrectly in your 12th step

#22

Just put all the money you get into RIM (symbol: RIMM) stocks and you will have that £1000 in half the time!

*Last edited by Fat Lard at Dec 15, 2011,*

#23

Greek and Italian bonds my friend. You have that money together within 10 months if you play your cards right.

#24

^This too. Go for a 50/50 diversified portfolio with all of your disposable income on our suggestions and you'll be boss hog cashing man.

#25

You get nothing!

You lose!

Good day, Sir.

You lose!

Good day, Sir.

#26

^This too. Go for a 50/50 diversified portfolio with all of your disposable income on our suggestions and you'll be boss hog cashing man.

Excellent idea!

#27

£9.62

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Best make it £10.12 so he has enough money for a Freddo before school.

#28

1,000 dollars over do your own ****ing work. This is easier than your mother after she's had a sip of vodka.

#29

Actually, I'd pick up Enron stocks now while they're in the shitter.

#30

£9 a week for a grand? in two years?! so if i put £9 a side a week i could be a millionaire!

#31

£9 a week for a grand? in two years?! so if i put £9 a side a week i could be a millionaire!

In a short, short while of only 2000 years!

#32

$1000 in the first week, then $0 every week thereafter.