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Puzzle
- US Version
Johnny and Thomas are each carrying some apples. If Johnny gave Thomas one apple, the two men would each have the same number of apples. Conversely, if Thomas gave Johnny two apples, Johnny would have three times the number of apples that Thomas would have.
So, just how many apples is each of the men holding?
- UK Version
Johnny and Thomas are each carrying some apples. If Johnny gave Thomas one apple, the two men would each have the same number of apples. Conversely, if Thomas gave Johnny two apples, Johnny would have three times the number of apples that Thomas has.
So, just how many apples are each of the men holding?
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Solution
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- US Version
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- UK Version
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Correct
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Johnny has seven apples and Thomas has five.
- US Version
As you can tell, if Johnny gave Thomas one apple, both men would have six apples. Additionally, if Thomas decided to give Johnny two of his apples, Johnny would have nine apples in total--three times as many as Thomas.
- UK Version
As you can tell, if Johnny gave Thomas one apple, both men would have six apples. Additionally, if Thomas decided to give Johnny two of his apples, Johnny would have nine apples in total, three times as many as Thomas.
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