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There are 7 girls in a bus. Each girl has 7 backpacks. In each backpack, there are 7 big cats. For every big cat there are 7 little cats. Question: How many legs are there in the bus?

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  1. anonymous
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    tricky ;)

  2. anonymous
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    7x7x7

  3. anonymous
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    You never stated how many legs each cat has. Lola, you're wrong.

  4. anonymous
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    7 girls. 7 back packs. 7 big cats, 4 legs each. 49 little cats, 4 legs each

  5. anonymous
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    frogwingspans your so clever...just answer it

  6. anonymous
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    each has four so 7x7x7x4x4x4x4x4x4x4x4x4x4x4x some thing like that

  7. anonymous
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    someone help me with my question for 2 medals

  8. anonymous
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    humans dont have 4 legs, only two. :)

  9. anonymous
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    is it 196?

  10. anonymous
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    urgggggghhhhhhh.............hard to answer when your supervisor is just a few feet away...heheheh need to work now!

  11. anonymous
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    I didn't calculate the numbers, but 196 seems far too little. and lmao

  12. anonymous
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    oh, as we all know, there are four legs in each cat. so this must be 7x4=28 (for the little kittens) and also for the big cats then 28+28=56(for the cats) for the girls, we have 7x2=14 then add, so this is 14+56 which will give us 70 legs in all.

  13. anonymous
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    wow you are smart

  14. anonymous
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    Wrong. the little cats alone have 196 legs

  15. anonymous
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    so its 392?

  16. anonymous
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    wait, thats still wrong.

  17. anonymous
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    ha ha ha naughty frog

  18. anonymous
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    196?are you sure?it's not

  19. anonymous
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    eugh fine I'll grind out the numbers.

  20. anonymous
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    there are only 4 legs in a kitten so multiply 7 by 4.

  21. anonymous
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    yeah i see.

  22. anonymous
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    there are 7 kittens for every cat. so 49 kittens

  23. anonymous
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    There are 7 girls in a bus. 7 * 2 = 14 Each girl has 7 backpacks. In each backpack, there are 7 big cats. = 7*4 = 28 For every big cat there are 7 little cats. = 7*7*4 = 196 total = 196 + 14 + 28 = 238

  24. anonymous
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    ^

  25. anonymous
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    wow

  26. anonymous
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    wait... we missed something

  27. anonymous
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    Each girl has 7 backpacks... so 49 backpacks Wow....

  28. anonymous
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    I don't even want to touch those numbers.

  29. anonymous
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    i got 1386

  30. anonymous
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    that sounds right @ pat

  31. anonymous
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    1386

  32. anonymous
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    got the logic now

  33. anonymous
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    I think we should just delete this seeing as the person who asked the question isn't even trying to learn.

  34. anonymous
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    some answer goes like these 14 girl legs 1372 big cat legs 9604 little cat legs 10990 legs

  35. anonymous
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    urgh...now I'm confused again :(

  36. anonymous
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    let's have the 7 kittens first, so there are 28 legs for the kittens, but it is still 7 big cats so, 28*7=196 legs x 49 backpacks= 9604 legs + 14=9618 my answer is 9618

  37. anonymous
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    There are 7 girls in a bus. 7*2 = 14 girls leg Each girl has 7 backpacks. 7*7 = 49 backpacks In each backpack, there are 7 big cats. 7* 49 = 63 big cats = 252 legs For every big cat there are 7 little cats. 63*7 = 441 little cats = 1764 legs total = 14 + 252 + 1764 = 2030 legs

  38. anonymous
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    Just tell your teacher you're dyslexic.

  39. anonymous
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    your so bad frog...

  40. anonymous
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    oh yeah now I got it for sure...10990 oh yeah

  41. anonymous
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    nope i'm not dyslexic, but its okay...We are free to express right?

  42. anonymous
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    your ryt miss bio

  43. anonymous
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    forg your not thinking

  44. anonymous
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    there are 7 girls. there are 343 big cats in all. there are 2401 little cats. so 7*2=14 legs(for girls) 343*4=1372 legs(for big cats) 2401*4=9604 legs(for little cats) add everything so the answer is 10,990 legs in all, unless other legs of cat are cut.hehehe

  45. anonymous
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    i think that is the answer now.

  46. anonymous
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    lol

  47. anonymous
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    yah you got it

  48. anonymous
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    we got it:)

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