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 Sheep, goats, and hogs 2009-01-23 From La:A man buys sheep, goats, and hogs, to the number of 100, for 100 crowns; the sheep cost him 1/2 a crown a-piece; the goats cost him 1-1/3 crowns a-piece; and the hogs cost him 3-1/2 crowns a-piece. How many had he of each?Answered by Robert Dawson. Chickens and sheep 2001-05-31 From Monica:Farmer Bob of the Martian Colony counted his sheep and chickens in an unusual way. When he finished, he reported that he had counted 86 feet and 26 heads. Use a guess and check table to find how many sheep and chickens are owned by the famer.Answered by Paul Betts and Penny Nom. Three sheep 2001-02-28 From A student:A farm sold three sheep. the weight of the three sheep combine wae 152 lbs. The smallest sheep weighted 7 lbs less than the middle size sheep. The largest sheep weighted three times the smallest sheep. what is the weight of each sheep? Answered by Penny Nom.

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