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Hens and Sheep Problem #25
Name: Vivek Name: Anita Solution: There were 10 legs. Sheep has 4 legs. Take away 4 from 10 is 6 legs. Count how many pairs you have. There are 3 pairs so 3 hens. School: Laurel Mountain Age: 6 Grade: 1 State: USA Name: Anita Solution: There are 10 legs. So take away 4 from 10 because there is 1 sheep so thats why you take away 4 from 10. Then you pair the rest in 2 groups then you count the pairs. Thats how I found out the anweser was 3. School: Laurel Mountain Age: 6 Grade: 1 About me: I'm very good at chess State: USA Name: Emily solution: since there are l0 legs, the sheep has four and that leaves 3 hens with 2 legs each for a total of 6 School: Breezy point Age: six Grade: k About me: I like the computer. I am a good reader, speller and artist. State: United States Name: Morgan School: homeschool Age: 8 Grade: 3 About me: i love to dance jazz tap ballet State: usa Name: Melissa School: chbs Age: 6 Grade: 1 About me  I like: dad flys a airplane State: florida Name: Kishan School: lav Age: 8 Grade: 3 About me: i like to solve problems. I love math but i hate to write. State: america
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