RE: RE: Day 2 problem of my Math mini-contest 😎
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RE: Day 2 problem of my Math mini-contest 😎

# 16.36 days 🎯

The problem is an algebraic work problem. Let t be the total time required by any developer to finish the Hive dapp alone. Every day, the first developer does 1/30 of the work done when alone, while the second developer does 1/36 of the work done also when alone. The question is how much time the work will take if they work together.

t * [1/30 + 1/36] = 1 day
t = (1 day) / (1/30 + 1/36)
t = (1 day) / [(30+36)[30*36)]
t = (1 day) / (66/1080)
t = (1 day) * 1080 / 66
t = (1080 / 66) days
t = 16.36 days

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The solution of @ahmadmanga was a bit hard to understand (especially the P = 16.36 Z), but I get the idea. The answer is important here, not the solution or explanation (unless there is an objection from the participant). The answer of @jfang003 did not include the units (time).

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