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Q: Someone had 60 plums they took one over five out of it how much does he have left?

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Six times five is thirty

Suppose they won x. They spent 2/3x and were left with x/3 Then they spent 2/3 of that so were left with x/9 Then they spent 2/3 of that so were left with x/27 which was 20000 So x = 20000*27 = 540000

2/3 x 3/4 = 6/12 = 1/2 given away and 1/2 is left

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5, because that's how many you took out.....

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five weeks, with five days left over to start the sixth week

no too much antioxidants It probably won't hurt a dog to eat one or two plums. On the other hand I don't think that plums should be a normal part of a dogs diet. I would be concerned that the dog could have diarrhea from eating to many plums.

If you had 10 and someone took away 5 you would have been left 5.

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Same as peaches: $l.59 per pound.

about five or six years.

Grapes and plums are fruits that are rich in vitamins. They are considered medium glycemic index fruits, so they are good for a diabetic in moderation.

So let apples be A. Plums are B. Pears are P. 13B=2A+1P 4B+1A=1P So 13B=2A+(4B+1A) Lets subtract 4 plums from both sides. 13-4=9 and 4-4=0. Then we add up the apples, so 2+1=3. 3 apples equals 9 plums . So 1 apple equals 3 plums. Then the problem states four plums and one apple equal the weight of one pear. So 4+(1x3)=7. So the answer is 7 plums equals 1 pear.

They are worth about £2.00!