This is a riddle!!!!!!!!!!
There were 10 copycats on a boat. One of them jumped off. How many copycats are there on the boat?
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This question is actually really easy. All you need to do is subtract the one that jumped from the total of ten.
ex: 101= 0
See? Logic problems make the math class you are taking pretty useless :3
Unless you are taking Discrete Mathematics.
That class is so important.
Just look it up if you are clueless .
ex: 101= 0
See? Logic problems make the math class you are taking pretty useless :3
Unless you are taking Discrete Mathematics.
That class is so important.
Just look it up if you are clueless .
on April 02, 2015
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on May 12, 2016
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on May 11, 2016
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The answer would be 0 because if they were all copycats then they would copy the one that jumped off the boat. So all ten would end up jumping off the boat
on February 15, 2017
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on May 14, 2016
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on May 13, 2016
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on February 15, 2017
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none are left. 0 copycats are on the boat. When one jumps off the boat, the others follow. Therefore, leaving none on the boat.
on November 02, 2016
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none. I t was supposed to be:
there were 10 cats on a ship.
one of them jumpped off.
how many are left?

none, they were all copycats
there were 10 cats on a ship.
one of them jumpped off.
how many are left?

none, they were all copycats
on September 28, 2016
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on September 28, 2016
Sooo what were you saying B) cuz now I'm curious as to why u would do that
Roman numerals.
And I'm supposed to be smart... lol