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ggreen eggs 2.25
regular eggs 2.00
ham 1.50
bacon 1.25
small drink 0.75
large drink 1.00
today's special 4.25

ticket #12;x+g+b=$5.50

what was ordered on ticket 12.

how do you know?
is there another possibility for the order? if so,, what is it?

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  1. g + b = 3.50

    The order could have included

    2 large drinks
    or
    1 regular eggs
    or
    bacon and 1 small drink

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  2. what ??

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