This site doesn't like short answers so just putting in an answer to the question won't be accepted. Now that I've typed a couple of lines of junk, the answer is
3 apples = 30 so 1 apple = 10, 1 apple and 2 bananas = 18 so 2 bananas =8 so 1 banana =4, 1 banana minus 1 coconut = 2 so 1 coconut = 2, so 10 + 4 + 2 = 16. Unless a coconut is a -2 then the answer is 14. But then 4 - (-2) would be wrong.
NO, the answer is 15! You're....WRONG......
By some strange chance is it 11.25 with the last line being divided into quarters and the bottom quarter being chopped off? Assuming the coconut is 1, the apple is 10, and the bananas are 4.
Actually Grace she is right at 14. There is a clearer picture online
Half a coconut can stand for anything. So I go for a great fruit salad as an answer. Or a smoothy, I'm not sure.probably it's a cab.
Please explain how you came up with 14. If it has anything to do with the bananas I'm going to be very disappointed.
I have to disappoint you Cecelia. It's a banana case
That's borderline unfair but this has been fun. Let's do another one...
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Apple = 10 (30/3)
Banana = 4 (18-2x=10, X=4)
Coconut = 2 (4-X=2, X=2)
The answer is 15!
The last picture is of (one half coconut) which apparently =1.
The picture above it has two halves of coconut apparently = 2
1 (one pt. for half coconut) + 10 (apple) + 4 (bananas) = 15
Well the correct answer is 15. The apple represents 10 so 3 10s = 30. The banana represents 4 so 10 +4+4= 18. The coconut represents 2 so 4-2=2. The half coconut represents 1+10+4=15.
28+5i. each apple increases in value quadratically, the first is worth 5, the second is worth 10, the third is worth 15 and so on with all the fruits until you give up and pick a random complex number.
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