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 A donkey and his carrots - part 2 1999-10-02 From Sarah Klink and Brenda Gamble:Does anyone know the solution of the donkey who had to carry 3000 carrots to the market which was 1000 miles away? The donkey can only carry 1000 carrots at a time and he eats one carrot every mile he walks but this is only when he is carrying carrots. How many carrots can get to the market with the donkey carrying them?Answered by Claude Tardif. A donkey and his carrots 1997-01-28 From Emily Lind:There is a donkey who carries carrots. A farmer has 3,000 carrots to carry to the market. The market is 1,000 miles away. The donkey can only carry 1,000 carrots at a time and he eats 1 carrot every mile that he walks but this is only when he is carrying carrots. How many carrots can the farmer get to market by having the donkey carrying them?Answered by Penny Nom.

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