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How many eggs are there in the basket? There is a basket of eggs. Rodrigo de Azevedo Peaceyou 25 1 7. I see you've made at least 5 questions on this MSE, but you accepted only one of the answers given to you. You should accept your favorite answer. GitGud perhaps they were not suitable answers?
TheGreatDuck If that's case, my comment was unwarranted. GitGud also, I have some pretty infamous questions with ten plus answers. No particular answer stood out, so I chose to not accept specifically because I wanted it to be
There are 6 eggs in a basket riddle that all the answers were equally sufficient, and equally engaging Tldr - not all questions can necessarily choose one answer to accept due to their nice diversity.
TheGreatDuck I didn't want to fully explain the situation, but since you took the time to dissect this, let me do it too. Firstly, I take back what I said about my comment being unwarranted because I said the OP should accept their favorite answer - this is pretty obvious that they should do on the assumption that there is favorite answer, otherwise my comment talks about something which doesn't exist, it's meaningless. Thomas Andrews k 10 LCM of 2,3,4,5 and 6 is 60 which is divisible by 1,2,3,4,5 and 6.
Good answer but please add more detail as to why subtracting 1 provides the appropriate number. RodrigodeAzevedo That kinda goes without saying We are obviously talking about positive numbers here.
These are typical people and typical chicken eggs. After all 6 eggs have been taken, there is still one egg left in the basket. How could this be? (No one put their. If you divide the number of eggs by 5 there will be one egg left. If you divide the number of eggs by 6 there will be one egg left.
If you divide the number of eggs.