Q: Your daughter has as many brothers as sisters Each of her brothers has twice as any sisters as brothers How many sons and daughters do you have?

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This family has 4 daughters and 3 sons. Every son has 4 sisters and 2 brothers and Every daughter has 3 brothers and 3 sisters.

Well, since you did not put the number of sisters/daughters or brothers/sons, this question cannot be answered. Please rephrase the question with the numbers in it. Thanks!

that doesnt even make sence.

4 daughters and 3 sons!!!!!!!!!!!

This is a logic puzzle. YOU are part of the puzzle, so you have equal brothers and sisters. Your brothers have twice as many sisters (meaning you) as they have brothers. So if you have one brother and one sister, they are equal. But if your brother has two sisters, he has twice as many sisters as brothers, right? It doesn't say that he HAS brothers, just that he has twice as many sisters as brothers. So you have a brother and a sister, but your brother has two sisters. Three kids, two girls and one boy.

First cousins, twice removed. Aunts daughter is your cousin. Aunts daughters daughter is cousin once removed Aunts daughters daughters daughter is cousin twice removed.

let the no. of brothers be 'x' then twice as many sisters as brothers means 2(x) = 2x its as simple as that!

One brother, two sisters ( if you're the second brother)

One sister, two brothers

There are two boys and two girls. It is very confusing as some words are misspelled. Same about of brothers and sisters. Brother has twice as many sisters as brothers. 1 boy (one brother) 2 girls (twice as many sisters) 4 children in total.

4 boys, 3 girls

This family has 4 girls and 3 boys. Here is how to get the answer: Assume the family has X girls and Y boys, according to the question, we can come up with 2 equations: X-1=Y, 2(Y-2)=X. Solve the equations, we get X=4, Y=3.

They are first cousins twice removed.

The pronouns in this question (I and you) are hopelessly confused and, strictly speaking, it is impossible to give a sensible answer. There are 7 children in the family.

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no - his only daughter was Julia by his first wife, he then remarried twice and had an affair with Cleopatra and had a son out of wedlock, but no other daughters

2 boys, one girl

this is a classic riddle. but you say each BOY in this family or each BROTHER in this family? but i think there's 1 bro 1 sis,

let brothers be x and sisters be y. 2x=y+1 x+1=y solving these we get x=2 and y=3

The older of Shakespeare's daughters, Susanna (Susannah) had one daughter. Susanna was born in 1583 and died in 1649. Her daughter, Elizabeth (1608-1670) was married twice but had no children.

Each son got 3.6 mill and each daughter got 1.8 mill.

i know for a fact that brothers and sisters in Southern U.S. get married everyday, so i guess its legal. But I would think twice: Is this what i want? Does our family approve? and ifthey really loved you and cared about you, they would want YOUR happiness

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Let the number of sisters be s and the number of brothers b. We must remember to bear in mind that no one is their own brother or sister! 'The youngest sister has the exact same number of brothers and sisters.' Therefore: s - 1 = b 'Her oldest brother has twice as many sisters as brothers.' So: 2(b - 1) = s 2b - 2 = s Subtracting 1 from each side: 2b - 3 = s - 1 But s - 1 = b, so 2b - 3 = b b - 3 = 0 b = 3 And from above, s = 4. Thus there are seven siblings altogether; Four girls, 3 boys.

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