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Posted by **charisma** on Monday, June 4, 2012 at 3:27pm.

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**Sam**, Monday, June 4, 2012 at 3:54pmLet A=number of animals, D=number of dogs, B=number of bunnies, and C=number of cats.

Given:

1/2*A = D

1/4*A = B

C = 6

C = B

Solution:

C=B=6

1/4*A=B=6

1/4*A=6

A=6*4=24

D=1/2*A

D=1/2*24

D=12

Therefore, there are 12 dogs.

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