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A duck was given $9, a spider was given $36, a bee was given $27.................How much money would be given to a cat?

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A duck was given $9,
a spider was given $36,
a bee was given $27.
Based on this information,
How much money would be given to a cat?

posted Jan 23 by Amarvansh

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They all have different number of legs:
A duck- 2 legs --->$9,
A spider - 8 legs ---> $36,
A bee - 6 legs --->$27.
A cat - 4 legs ---> $18

answer Jan 23 by Hanifa Mammadov

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