THE SOLUTION TO THIS PROBLEM:
1. Shoes + Shoes + Shoes = 60
The addition of three pairs of shoes is 60.
The value of one pair of shoes is 20.
2. Shoes + Man + Man = 30.
You already know that a pair of shoes is worth 20.
Then the value of each man is 5.
3. Sunglasses + Man + Sunglasses = 9.
We already know the value of a man is 5.
Then the two sunglasses are worth 4.
Each sunglass is worth 2.
4. Shoes + Boxing gloves + Sunglasses = 42
The pair of shoes is worth 20
The pair of sunglasses is worth 2.
Then the value of one glove is 20.
5. Shoes + Man × Sunglasses = ?
Now the fun part of the equation is to figure out the final answer to this problem. Well, it’s not that straight forward because to find the correct answer you need to pay extra attention to the details. Note that the man is wearing a pair of glasses, boxing gloves and shoes. To get to the correct answer you also need to take into consideration the value of all the items given in the problem.
Man = 5
Sunglasses = 2
Boxing glove = 20 each
Shoes = 20, a single shoe = 10
The total value of the man wearing all the items
A man + a pair sunglasses + two gloves [one in each hand] + a pair of shoes
5 + 2 + 40 + 20 = 67
Shoes + Man × Sunglasses = 10 + 67 x 2
To work out the final result; you need to apply the BODMAS rules.
The multiplication part of the equation needs to be done first. 67 x 2 = 134.
Then add the value of the single shoe which is worth 10.
= 134 + 10
Shoes + Shoes + Shoes = 60
Shoes + Man + Man = 30
Sunglasses + Man + Sunglasses = 9
Shoes + Boxing gloves + Sunglasses = 42
Shoes + Man × Sunglasses = 144
10 + (5+2+20+20+10+10)*2 = 144
Final answer 144