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How many flowers do i have if all of them are roses except 2,all of them are tulips except 2,&all of them are daisies except 2?

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  • How many flowers do i have if all of them are roses except 2,all of them are tulips except 2,&all of them are daisies except 2?


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Answer #1 | 13/10 2016 15:38
Three. If one is a daisy, there's one rose and one tulip. So grouping any two together leaves the remaining flower by itself.
Positive: 60 %
Answer #2 | 13/10 2016 08:38
Three. If one is a daisy, there's one rose and one tulip. So grouping any two together leaves the remaining flower by itself.
Positive: 60 %

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