Posted by **Greg** on Tuesday, December 28, 2010 at 5:57am.

f you have a bill of 1.439 pesos how can you equal each person in 3 family in per head? example.family of Joseph-3 family of Daniel-2 family of charles-5?

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**drwls**, Tuesday, December 28, 2010 at 7:34am
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.

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**Greg**, Sunday, January 2, 2011 at 6:47pm
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=0.2878-payment for the family of Daniel

0.1439 x 3=0.4317-family of joseph

0.1439 x 5=0.7195-family of

Charles

checking the equal for payment of every family

P287.80

+ P431.70

+ P719.50

P1439

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