1. Seesaws

"Jim weighs 87 pounds and his Dad weighs 175 pounds. If Jim sits 10 feet from the seesaw support, how far, in feet, must his Dad sit from the support in order to balance the seesaw?" These problems are very hard...

2. Re: Seesaws

Originally Posted by evilgummybear
"Jim weighs 87 pounds and his Dad weighs 175 pounds. If Jim sits 10 feet from the seesaw support, how far, in feet, must his Dad sit from the support in order to balance the seesaw?" These problems are very hard...
Is this spam? It looks like it.
There is no evidence of an attempt to show any work.
Yes, that means it is surely spam!

3. Re: Seesaws

Once again, read my post on the Rectangular Prism!

4. Re: Seesaws

Originally Posted by evilgummybear
Once again, read my post on the Rectangular Prism!
Did you supply any work of your own there?
If not, you are wasting time?

5. Re: Seesaws

How can I, I don't know where to start? I tried adding all the variables together. Then, I divided the number part excluding the X by the volume. I'm talking about the rectangular prism question.

6. Re: Seesaws

Originally Posted by evilgummybear
How can I, I don't know where to start? I tried adding all the variables together. Then, I divided the number part excluding the X by the volume. I'm talking about the rectangular prism question.
Then why are you trying to work these?
If you truly have no idea how to start, then you cannot understand any answer we suggest.

This is not a tutorial service?