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Harry has 3 sisters and 5 brothers. His sister Harriet has S sisters and B brothers. What is the product of S and B?

 Jun 29, 2018
edited by mathtoo  Jun 29, 2018

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First, in Harry's point of view: 3 sisters and 5 brothers

 

And, in Harriet's point of view: 2 sisters, (3-1), 6 brothers, (5+1)

 

So, the product of S and B is, \(S*B=6*2=\boxed{12}\).

smileysmiley

 Jun 29, 2018
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First, in Harry's point of view: 3 sisters and 5 brothers

 

And, in Harriet's point of view: 2 sisters, (3-1), 6 brothers, (5+1)

 

So, the product of S and B is, \(S*B=6*2=\boxed{12}\).

smileysmiley

tertre Jun 29, 2018

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