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if rebecca has twelve tcookies, and she has three friends that want a cookie, how many cookies does she have to share to still beable to get 10 cookies?

Guest Dec 4, 2014

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Mmmm......I should know better than to deal with people who read the fine print and take everything literally......there's a term for those folks....."future lawyers"

 

CPhill  Dec 6, 2014
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She only needs to share two......obviously, if she shares more.....she won't have 10.....

 

 

CPhill  Dec 4, 2014
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Answer: she doesnt need to share any. she can keep all the cookies to herself

Guest Dec 5, 2014
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Anonymous got this one correct Chris - You got it wrong.      Nananana    

Melody  Dec 6, 2014
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Mmmm......I should know better than to deal with people who read the fine print and take everything literally......there's a term for those folks....."future lawyers"

 

CPhill  Dec 6, 2014
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how come you get 6 points for a question you got wrong!   LOL

Melody  Dec 6, 2014
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That's because even "future lawyers" sometimes forget that "fine print" is often followed by "finer print".......I get 6 points because it's in my contract......

 

CPhill  Dec 6, 2014
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Well at least you did not give yourself another 3 points.  

Melody  Dec 6, 2014
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That falls under "Part 2(a)" of the "finer print"........."Questioning of points-allocation by a party of the first part shall be deemed as resulting in an immediate trebling of single point value(s) which shall be awarded to the party of the second part forthwith and post-haste".....

 

CPhill  Dec 6, 2014
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Ha ha....if she shared two, then one friend wouldn't like Rebecca!

happy7  Dec 9, 2014

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