math quesiton

<p>At a certain hospital, 89 children were born in the month of June. If more children were born on the fifteenth of June than on any other day in June, what is the least number of children that could have been born on the fifteenth of June?</p>

<p>i got 4 (rounding up since children cannot be integer amts) with formula n + 29(n-1) = 89</p>

<p>not sure if that is right tho, anyone got another way?</p>

<p>Pretty sure that answer is right. </p>

<p>30 days = 89 children</p>

<p>About three children a day.</p>

<p>30 x 2 = 60 <89, 30 x 3 = 90 >89.</p>

<p>So, to have the least but more, +1. 4.</p>

<p>I think my reasoning is correct. Dunno.</p>

<p>i meant non-integer amts in my op, sry</p>