TutorTeddy.com, Tutoring, Dallas, TX
Like us for free help*

Welcome to TutorTeddy.com


Ask any Statistics/Probability/Math Question

A dump of our free Chat sessions, in case it is useful. It excludes white boards used during paid sessions.





tutorsd6 : Please, share your Math problem...
tutorsd6 : question please
student : hey]
student : Jackals and Coyotes
Three jackals and three coyotes are on a trek across the Mokalani Plateau when they come to a river filled with carnivourou fish. There is a rowboat in sight and the party decides to us it. (Both species are know for their cleverness, regardless fo how much this problem exceeds reasonableness.) However, the boat is too small for any more than two of the group at a time. So they must travel the river in successive crossings. There is one hitch, though. The jackals must not out number the coyotes at any time, in any place. If it happens, for example, that there are two jackals on the western bank, and only one coyote, then this problem is reduced to simple subtraction and glutony (The jackals will overpower and kill the coyotes.) It's okay to have an equal number of each, and to have more coyotes than jackals in a given place. The coyotes do not pose a threat to the jackals. So, the trick here is to use the one small rowboat, a lot of sweat, and a little brainpower to assure the coyotes' survival while both groups cross the river. How many trips will it take to get everyone across the river?

student : i need help with this problem
student : how do you to this problem
tutorsd6 : please send the solution to us : tutor@aafter.com
tutorsd6 : we will send you the solution within 2/3 hours
student : whats do u mean
tutorsd6 : Fax your homework to 206-339-8302. or, email to *****@aafter.com. Include your email and phone number.
student : this is my question and i need help to how to do this problem
student : sorry bye
tutorsd6 : Get 1 homework problem done for 99 cents only.
tutorsd6 : Improve your grades, get 1 hour of Math coaching only $16..


TutorTeddy.com & Boston Predictive Analytics

[ Email your Statistics or Math problems to tutor@aafter.com (camera phone photos are OK) ]


Boston Office (Near MIT/Kendall 'T'):
Cambridge Innovation Center,
One Broadway, 14th Floor,
Cambridge, MA 02142,
Phone: 617-395-8864


Dallas Office (Near Galleria):
15950 Dallas Parkway,
Suite 400,
Dallas, TX 75248,
Phone: 866-930-6363

Copyright 2011 tutorteddy.com. All Rights Reserved. | By using our site, you agree to our TOS.