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There is one bus. on this bus there are 7 girls. each girl has 7 bags. each bag contains 7 cats and each cat has a litter of 7 kittens. how many legs are on the bus?

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asked by jay
  1. L (# of legs) = 2G + 4C + 4K
    G = 7
    C = 49 G
    K = 7 C
    Solve for L

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    posted by drwls
  2. There is one bus. on this bus there are 7 girls. each girl has 7 bags. each bag contains 7 cats and each cat has a litter of 7 kittens. how many legs are on the bus?

    7x2 = girls legs
    7x7x7x4 = cats legs
    7x7x7x7x4 = kittens legs

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    posted by tchrwill
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    posted by oauge
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