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27 ducks are marching to the pond. 5 lose their way, 13 return and 9 of them make it to the pond. What happens to the rest of them?

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  1. iforgot
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    many things may happen really so it depends

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  2. jazy
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    Hint: How many are "the rest of them"?

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  3. iforgot
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    flew away, hunted

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  4. shubhamsrg
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    none of them could rest, all of them were moving :P

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  5. jazy
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    d(^.^)b

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    5 + 13 + 9 = 27... Something happened to all of the 27. So... nothing happened to the nonexistent "rest of them".

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    hmm..

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  8. jazy
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    .-.

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    :D

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  10. jazy
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    I don't think there is a joke lol.

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  11. jazy
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    Yet I'm "lol"ing

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    O.O

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    i find this amusing :D

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    20 ? :|

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    b + 2r = 62 b + r = 36 b + b = ? -------- Substitution: b + 2r = 62 -2r b = 62 - 2r (62 - 2r) + r = 36 62 - 2r + r = 36 62 - r = 36 -r = -26 r = 26 b + r = 36 b + (26) = 36 b = 10 Sooo b + b 10 + 10 20

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  16. jazy
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    I even showed my work (;

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    (Y) :D

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  18. jazy
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    We're awesome lol

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    hmmm interesting cool

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  20. iforgot
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    gtg ty gn

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  21. jazy
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    Bye @iforgot hope you enjoyed your stay lol ^.^

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  22. iforgot
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    yep loved it :D

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