Math
posted by Greg on .
f you have a bill of 1.439 pesos how can you equal each person in 3 family in per head? example.family of Joseph3 family of Daniel2 family of charles5?

Is that number one thousand four hundred and thirty nine? Don't countries that use pesos (Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Argentina and Philippines) use periods as a decimal point? Maybe not.
One and a half pesos doesn't buy much these days.
In your case, divide the bill by ten (the number of people). It won't quite come out even, but I don't think anyone will complain. 
I think we must add the whole family per head and divided the given bill.then
times the number of every per head of the family in order to get a specific equal payment per head of the family.
example:
(1.439 peso bill philippine money)
1.439 given number.plus
2+3+5=10 per head of the family.
1.439 divide by 10xperhead of the family.
0.1439 x 2=0.2878payment for the family of Daniel
0.1439 x 3=0.4317family of joseph
0.1439 x 5=0.7195family of
Charles
checking the equal for payment of every family
P287.80
+ P431.70
+ P719.50
P1439