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    >> Guest: what is this? this is wrong... dont you think?

    Each child in a family has at least 2 brothers and

    >> jack: correct solutions

    A shop sells apples at $1 each. Each of these appl

    >> pauleentin12: maybe!!!

    Each child in a family has at least 2 brothers and

    >> pauleentin12: can you give me the correct solution?

    A shop sells apples at $1 each. Each of these appl

    >> t-nique.com: it should be 20.

    A shop sells apples at $1 each. Each of these appl

    >> t-nique.com: There are six childred at least. Example, Girl1,Girl2,Girl3,Boy1,Boy2,Boy3. Girl1 one has two sisters (Girl2,Girl3), and at least two brothers(Boy1,Boy2). Girl2 one has two sisters (Girl1,Girl3), and at least two brothers(Boy1,Boy2). Girl3 one has two sisters (Girl2,Girl3), and at least two brothers(Boy1,Boy2). Boy1 one has two brothers (Boy2,Boy3), and at least two sisters (Girl1,Girl2). Boy2 one has two brothers (Boy1,Boy3), and at least two sisters (Girl1,Girl2). Boy3 one has two brothers (Boy1,Boy2), and at least two sisters (Girl1,Girl2).

    Each child in a family has at least 2 brothers and

    >> Guest: Just my theory, first you bought 15 apples with 15 wrappers, you exchange the wrappers 15/3= 5 additional apples w/ 5 wrappers. exchange 3 wrappers for 1 apple and another wrapper. finally exchange the 3 wrappers for the last apple since you will have only 1 wrapper left. summary first 15 apples and 15 wrappers second 5 apples and 5 wrappers third 1 apples with 1 wrapper and 2 from previous fourth 1 apple therefore total apples is 15+5+1+1=22 apples

    A shop sells apples at $1 each. Each of these appl

    >> kingpin17: I guess correctly here. Tell me how to this?

    A number of children are standing in a circle. The

    >> kingpin17: do this*

    A number of children are standing in a circle. The

    >> kingpin17: Wow.. Forgot about the wrappers of the 1 apple you'll get for 3 apples... Thx for the theory.

    A shop sells apples at $1 each. Each of these appl

    >> mharnel: show he solutions pls

    A number of children are standing in a circle. The

    >> mharnel: i get the solutions

    A shop sells apples at $1 each. Each of these appl

    >> micxj: is dat the answer ?

    Each child in a family has at least 2 brothers and

    >> Guest: so easy: if 6:20 therefore 5:19 4:18 3:17 2:16 1:15 and 7:21 8:22 9:23 10:24 11:25 12:26 13:27 14:28 and back to 15:1 ryt? that means we already had 1 revolution therefore there are 28 children in the circle... isip isip den

    A number of children are standing in a circle. The
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