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There are two farmers, and both have sheeps. The first says to the second:-If you give one sheep, well have the same quantity of sheeps.And the second one says:- No, if you give one sheep of yours, Ill have the double of sheeps than you.How many sheeps does each farmer has?



A. 5 and 7, 5 and 7., five and seven., five and seven, 5, 7

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Didgerydoo

Didgerydoo

Answered Dec 08, 2016

That still does not make sense
In riddles you are not meant to take a wild guess. There is meant to be an answer to it.
 

Didgerydoo

Didgerydoo

Answered Dec 08, 2016

How could it be possible?
We would have to take a wild guess, and even then you would not get the answer.
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Oct 27, 2016

5 and 7, 5 and 7., five and seven., five and seven, 5, 7
 

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