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An Apples And Boxes Puzzle (Posted on 2007-02-20) Difficulty: 2 of 5
A certain number of apples are kept in five boxes; Box 1, Box 2, Box 3, Box 4, Box 5 such that:

(i) The number of apples in Box 3 is one-sixth of the total apples in Box 5.
(ii) Box 2 has twice as many apples as Boxes 3 and 5 combined.
(iii) Box 1 has half as many apples as Box 5
(iv)Box 4 has 10 more apples than Box 1.
(v) Box 4 has 1/4 as many apples as Box 2.

Determine which boxes contain how many apples and the total number of apples in all the five boxes.

See The Solution Submitted by K Sengupta    
Rating: 3.0000 (2 votes)

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SolutionNo Subjectcyclothymic2007-03-05 18:25:26
re: Different Solutionzohaib ahmed2007-03-05 11:29:46
re: Different SolutionAvin2007-02-21 11:48:28
Different SolutionGuest2007-02-20 23:18:43
solutionhoodat2007-02-20 10:42:14
SolutionSolutionJyqm2007-02-20 09:01:03
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