# 500 eggs in 500 minutes - Math Riddle

Ever wondered about the impressive egg-laying capabilities of hens? Let's embark on a mathematical journey with these feathered friends. Imagine two hens laying two eggs in just two minutes at their maximum speed. But what if we needed 500 eggs in 500 minutes? How many hens would it take to meet this egg-ceptional demand? Let's crack this numerical puzzle wide open.

Two hens can lay two eggs in two minutes. If this is the maximum speed possible, what is the total number of hen needed to get 500 eggs in 500 minutes?

Explanation :

Time is measured in minutes or seconds. Time is irreversible in nature as the prsent add to the future events.

Given:

Two hens can lay two eggs in two minutes.

Find:

The total number of hen needed to get  eggs in  minutes.

Solution:

According to the problem,

eggs are layed in  minutes by  hens

egg is layed in  minutes by  hens

egg is layed in  minute by

egg is layed in  minutes by

Thus,  egg is layed in  minutes by  hens

Hence,  hens are needed to get  egg in  minutes.

Surprisingly, the answer remains the same even when we scale up the time and egg count. Two hens laying at their maximum speed of one egg in two minutes can indeed produce 500 eggs in 500 minutes. This riddle showcases the beauty of simple math applied to an eggstraordinary scenario with our diligent hens!