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100 animals 2013-02-25
From Jessica:
You have exactly $100.00 to spend. You must get 100 animals.
The chicks cost $0.10 each.
The pigs cost $2.00 each.
The sheep cost $5.00 each.
You must get some of each animal.
How many of each animal can you get?

Answered by Penny Nom.
How many four-legged animals are in the field? 2008-12-02
From evelyn:
Some chickens, cows and sheep are in the field. Their number of legs is 12 more than twice their number of heads. How many four-legged animals are in the field?
Answered by Harley Weston.
Animals for sale 2007-12-09
From Marion:
This question has come up and I know the answer and the equation, but how do you solve this?
Please share the proof. cows=$10, pigs=$3, chickens=$.50
In any combination buy 100 animals with $100.

Answered by Leeanne Boehm.
A farmer takes 100 animals to the market to sell. 2002-02-19
From Ann:
A farmer takes 100 animals to the market to sell. All are sold and $100 is earned. The prices were $5.00 per cow, $1.00 per sheep and $.05 per pig. At least one of each kind of animal was sold. How many of each kind of animal did the farmer take to market?
Answered by Penny Nom.



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