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Simpson has only 10000$. How many wine bottle(s) of each type, Simpson must buy?

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In a classic wine shop in Flobecq, Belgium, list of three most popular wines are:
- The cost of 1 French wine bottle: 500$
- The cost of 1 German wine bottle: 100$
- The cost of 20 Dutch wine bottles: 100$

Homer Simpson entered the wine shop and he needs to buy
- All three types of wine bottle
- Needs to buy Dutch wine bottles in multiple of 20.
- Need to buy 100 wine bottles

Simpson has only 10000$. How many wine bottle(s) of each type, Simpson must buy?

posted Dec 1, 2015 by Varuna Magar

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answer Dec 1, 2015 by Jaikumar Bhatia



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