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Bananas II (Posted on 2006-11-13) Difficulty: 4 of 5
44 monkeys have a total of 1407 bananas. No two monkeys have the same number of bananas. Show that there is a monkey that has exactly twice as many bananas as another one.

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re: Solution by groupingbrianjn2006-11-14 02:26:00
re(3): Solution, sort of...brianjn2006-11-14 01:14:03
re: Solution by grouping (include zero)Gamer2006-11-14 00:55:45
SolutionSolution by groupingGamer2006-11-14 00:52:50
re(3): Solution, sort of...Gamer2006-11-14 00:03:00
Hints/Tipsre(2): Solution, sort of...tomarken2006-11-13 20:44:00
re: Solution, sort of...brianjn2006-11-13 19:50:10
SolutionSolution, sort of...tomarken2006-11-13 12:13:30
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