Ok so this looks very familiar like elementary school homework. But let’s see if you can get the right answer or not.
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Let’s think it out loud together.
Each line gives us a clue on how to solve this fruit equation.
3 apples = 30 so each apple = 10
Couple apple and 2 bunches of bananas together.
We already know the value of an apple = 10.
10 (apple) + bananas + bananas = 16
16 (total) – 10 (apple) = 6
So each banana bundle = 3.
At this point, you’ll need to think of the value of each individual banana. Each banana = 1.
Now a banana bunch has 3 bananas = 3.
3 (bananas) – watermelon – watermelon = 1 3 – 2 = 1
So each half of the watermelon = 1.
10 (apple) + 1 (half of a watermelon) + 2 (bananas) = 13
The trick here is the final equation includes only 1 bunch of 2 bananas instead of 3 bananas as shown on previous lines.