My Four Word Problems – The Easiestin the World (Proven by Scientists)DONE BY ALAN ANAND OF CLASS 5.1These are the four word problems that are in page 81 of your 5A Textbook. Even if you don’t answeras a comment means that you know. 1. Lisa had 4/5 bars of chocolate. Her brother, Timmy ate 7/8 of it when she wasn’t looking. How much chocolate did Timmy ate while Lisa wasn’t looking? 2. 3 ½ ton of dynamite was transported from Pakistan to Iraq for 5 consecutive weeks. How much tons of dynamite was transported from Pakistan to Iraq in 5 consecutive weeks? 3. Mr Bean was a computer gaming addict. While Mr Bean was eating 8/3 of popcorn, Mrs Cabbage stole 11/5 of it when Mr Bean was busy playing Miniclip Games. How much popcorn did Mrs Cabbage steal? 4. One fine day, there was a shipping of explosives. In the ship, ¾ of the weight of the ship was made up of gunpowder. Another 1/8 of the weight of the ship was made up of plutonium (the stuff used to make nuclear missiles) and 2/8 of the ships weight was made up of the ship itself. The ship, without the explosives weighs 1/8 which is also equal to 250kg. How much does the plutonium weigh?I know it is very funny, but if your funny bones are tickled to the limit, you will find out that it is theleast funniest thing in the world. Bye.