Math problems are often customized based on the socioeconomic background of the students, so this is a good example of a math exam for gang members.

Rufus pimps 3 hos. If the price is $85 per trick, how many tricks per day must each ho turn to support Rufusâ€™s $800 per day crack habit?

Raoul got 6 years for murder. He also got $10,000 for the hit. If his common-law wife spends $100 per month, how much money will be left when he gets out?

Hector knocked up 3 girls in the gang. There are 27 girls in his gang. What is the exact percentage of girls Hector knocked up?

Billy steals Joeâ€™s skateboard. As Billy skates away at 25 mph, Joe loads his .357 Magnum. If it takes Joe 12 seconds to load his magnum, how far away will Billy be when he gets whacked?

The hardest part about solving these problems would be having to focus while hearing the gun shots around you. If you want to see even more funny examples, go to http://komplexify.com/epsilon/2009/03/29/los-angeles-high-school-math-proficiency-exam

lilyi wish my school had been like this so bad.

I’m pretty sure school officials are vastly underestimating how messed up teens are. This could be legitimately effective.

tudzaQuestion 1: One ho must do 10 tricks in a day because Rufus foolishly messed up the faces of the other two.

Question 2: Spends a $100 a month? Yeah, right. That money is long gone boy.

Question 3: 0%. That Hector, he gay.

Question 4: Billy is in the clear, Joe can’t shoot for shit.