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Q: If you have four apples and you take three away how many would you have left?

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Because if he picked four that would be called Geoffreying for apples, not Bobbing for apples.

Four apples unless it is intentionally a trick question and the rest doesn't count as apples- then it would be two and a crappy example of a logic question.

Three fifths

You turn the denominator into the same value so four times three would be twelve so you multiplied the three by four so you times the one by four and then you multiplied the four by three so you would times the three by three so the answer would be 13 over twelve

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you have 4 apples and you take away three. In other words, you take apples from yourself, which means you now have 3, but you already have one so you actually have 4. The answer is four. I win. Give me money.

Because if he picked four that would be called Geoffreying for apples, not Bobbing for apples.

They can have very small amounts of red apples, every three to four weeks- NEVER EVER give them green apples or large amounts of red apples, unless you want to kill them.

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Four apples.

Twenty four fifths is four and four fifths. So if you take three away, that leaves one and four fifths.

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