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Posted by **Lee Ann** on Thursday, July 7, 2011 at 11:31am.

- Math -
**Henry**, Friday, July 8, 2011 at 7:41pmX = The total # of bees.

x/5 +x/3 + 3(x/3-x/5) + 1 = X,

LCM = 15:

3x/15 + 5x/15 + 3(5x/15-3x/15) + 1 = X,

3x/15 + 5x/15 + 15x/15-9x/15 + 1 = X,

14x/15 = X-1,

Multiply both sides by 15:

14x = 15X - 15,

14x - 15x = -15,

-x = -15,

x = 15 Bees.

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