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You have £100 you have to buy 100 animals. 1 chicken costs 50p,1pig costs £10,1 sheep costs £2?

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  1. I assume you want to find a way to spend exactly £100 on some combination of animals.

    c/2 + 10p + 2s = 100

    One solution is
    9 pigs, 16 chickens, 1 sheep (90+8+2)

    Lots of other solutions exist by substituting a quantity of chickens or sheep for different numbers of pigs.

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