**Maths Logic Problem - 10 June**

A horse and a camel were carrying boxes on their backs. The horse started complaining to the camel that his load is too heavy. The camel replied 'Why are you complaining? If you gave me one of your boxes I would have double what you have and if I give you one of my boxes we two would have an even load.'

How many boxes do each of the animal (horse & camel) is carrying ?

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Camel-7

ReplyDeletehorse -5

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DeleteHorse - 2

ReplyDeletecamel - 3

Camel has 3 boxes and the horse has 2

ReplyDeleteCamel 7 & Horse 5

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DeleteHorse - 4

ReplyDeleteCamel - 5???

horse-5

ReplyDeletecamel-7

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ReplyDeletecamel has 5 and horse has 7 boxes

DeleteCamel: 3

ReplyDeleteHorse: 2

camel:7

ReplyDeletehorse:5

Horse = 4

ReplyDeleteCamel = 5 is also correct

horse=h;camel =y; now y+1=2(h-1); y=2h -3; now horse h+1=y-1; h=y-2; simultaneously solving both the eq v get h(horse)=5 and Y(camel)=7;

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