# math stuff

suppose to arrage the names of the ppl in descending order of their share of oranges:

Eddy's share of oranges is half the sum of dennis and carols share

bob has more oranges then dennis

the total share of anna and bob is equal to that of carol and dennis

eddy has fewer oranges than dennis

Bob: 5
Dennis: 4
Eddy: 3
Carol: 2
Anna: 1

Too easy. 100% sure.

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1. What if i had 6 oranges and 3 and 2 thirds were eaten how many would be left.

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