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6 August, 23:07

A menu in a restaurant allows you to pick some items from Column A and some from Column B. Column A has 24 items. Column B has 16 items. If you and 3 friends want to order everything from both columns, but not order any item more than once, how many items from each column would you each choose (assuming each person orders the same number of items from each column) ?

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  1. 7 August, 00:36
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    You can each order from: Column A - 6 times, Column B - 4 times
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