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Paradox Problem : A bottle and a cork together cost $1 and Penny 1. If cost of bottle is $1 more than that of the cork..

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A bottle and a cork together cost $1 and Penny 1. If the cost of bottle is more than that of the cork by $1, what is the cost of the bottle and that of the cork?

posted Aug 22, 2016 by Vilas Joshi

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Thanks for the query.

Considering 1 penny = 1 cent,
cost of the bottle = $ 1 and half cent and the cork = half cent.

answer Aug 23, 2016 by Arghyadeep Dutt Shrivastava
Dear Arghyadeep Dutt Shrivastava, your answer is correct, congratulations!
Thanks very much. Appreciated.



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