Warriorz13:

Meh

3 months ago
Warriorz13:

A measure of poverty is household wealth. The housing people live in often reflects the wealth of the household. For example, investigators in Rwanda accurately predicted household wealth from the material used to build the house roof. Satellite imagery can reveal the roofing material used on houses. In Rwanda, this included metal, glass, thatch, and mud. How can a model be used to create an algorithm for finding household wealth?

3 months ago
Warriorz13:

@JustSaiyan

3 months ago
JustSaiyan:

You can create a version of the houses scaled down, just by looking at the pictures and knowing what they are made of, meaning you essentially know what the house is like, and you can run various tests through it, such as weather resistance, etc.

3 months ago
Warriorz13:

Got 4 more

3 months ago
Warriorz13:

You down?

3 months ago
JustSaiyan:

Sure.

3 months ago
Warriorz13:

A family of five has a father, mother, two sons, and one daughter. One night, the father couldn't sleep. He came down to the kitchen and ate 1/6 of the strawberries. Later, the mother was hungry and ate 1/5 of the strawberries. The second son ate 1/3 of the fruit. Finally the little sister ate 1/2 of the remaining fruit leaving only three strawberries for breakfast the next morning. How many strawberries were there originally? Methods you could use to solve this problem include: guess and check, draw a picture, or write a equation.

3 months ago
JustSaiyan:

My math isn't terrible, but I am fairly certain that this doesn't add up right, and I back this up with the phrase `The second son ate 1/3 of the fruit.` while all of the others specifically said strawberries.

3 months ago
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