anonymous
  • anonymous
A had a birthday party and bought 2 mangoes for each child. However, a quarter of the kids invited did not come, 25 boys came and the surplus provided just one extra mango for each girl. How may kids did A invite?
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amistre64
  • amistre64
i spose that depends on how many mangoes were bought to begin with... cant see it another way....yet
amistre64
  • amistre64
2(b+g) = M 2(25) +2g ......
anonymous
  • anonymous
let total kids be x, total attended = 3x/4. Total girls 3x/4-25, == 33.33. Gives me 8 girls attended Is this right?

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