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Fool's Riddle of the day, Fool was travelling to the city of far Away. Along the way he met two other travelers, Ishaan and Turing, who were headed in the same direction. When they stopped for the night, Fool realized that he had brough no food. Ishaan had packed four sandwiches while Turing had packed three. They agreed that all there of them would share the food equally, and Fool would pay 7 silve coins as his share. How would Ishaan and Turing divide the money?

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spoilers ishalnn get 5 turning gets 2
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everyone got 7/3 sandwiches. ishaln had 4 but he only gave away 5/3 turning had 3 but only gave away 2/3 finally fool got 5/3 from ishaklm and 2/3 from turning so he paid them in the raiot 5:2

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