   # See the following image and solve the fourth equation?

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10+10+10=30 (3 pairs of boots)
5+5+10=20 (2 men & pair of boots)
4+4+5=13 (2 pairs of monocular's and a man)
5+(5+10+4)*2=43 (man has pair of boots and pair of monocular's) answer May 8, 2019
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From the first equation, a pair of boots equal to 10
From the second equation , an esquimo equals to 5
From the third equation , a pair of bottles equals to 4
Then, 1 boot equals 5, 1 esquimo equals 5, a bottle equals 2,
The answer is 5+5+2 = 12 answer May 12, 2019 by anonymous

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