First to get both right will be picked as best answer.
From the equation XXIII/VII=II move two of the sticks (or in other words, to of the lines) so that the equation is equivilent. The rules: The stick/line you move must be placed back on the other side of the equation. (For example, if you move something from the left side of the = sign, you have to move it to the right side of the + sighn, and vise versa.) You can ONLY move one stick/line. Things such as <than, > than < than or equal to, > than or equal to, and inequal to are not allowed. The numbers are Roman Numerals.
3 people go out to eat. Since the dinner costs 30 dollars, they decide to split the bill so that they each pay 10 dollars.. The waitress takes the bill, and gives it to the boss. The boss, noticing how the 3 people are regulars, tells the waitress to give 5 dollars back to the 3 people, but since 5 dollars is hard to split, (cont in next part)