A father bought his 3 children 7 toys costing $0.25, $0.27, $0.30, $0.41, $0.58, $0.87 and $0.95. Two children received toys totaling the same value. What was the value? What was the value of the toys each child received?
"Two children received toys totaling the same value. What was the value?" Two children received toys totaling the same value of $1.53 each."What was the value of the toys each child received?" Child A received toys valued at .25, .41 and .87 Child B received toys valued at .58 and .95Child C received toys valued at .27 and .30The father is a piker!
A mathematical genius! The father knows the true value of toys is not in the price but in the prize. A lesson learned regarding true worth. Eventually, those toys will be replace.
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