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Two fathers and two sons divided \$18 evenly among themselves. Each person received \$6. Explain how they did it

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Is is possible one of the fathers was also a son?

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Thanks so much I think that's it!

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One grandfather ,one father and one son. There are only three people.6x3=18

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Thank u it really helped!

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