# Re: [BP] I hate Chiquita

```I can't remember any math that doesn't have to do with area, volume or
geometry, and I like a whole enchilada, so...  Since 2 loaves is worth 7
oranges and 2 loaves is also worth 2 bananas and six oranges then two
banana is worth one orange.  So I trade my five fish for two loaves,
trade two loaves for two bananas and six oranges, and trade six oranges
for twelve bananas.  Ha! 14 bananas.  Or I could keep the fish and pay a
5r.
Best,
Algae Bro```
```
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Sent: Monday, March 07, 2005 5:36 PM
Subject: Re: [BP] I hate Chiquita

5F=2Br
The second equation is irrelevant, we don't care about melons. 1 Br= 1
Or + 3 Ba 4 Br= 14 Or

Reoganizing the 3rd equation we get: 3 Ba = 1 Br - 1 Or Substituting
terms in the 4th equation we get: 1 Or = 4/14 Br (or 2/7 Br) So the 3rd
equation becomes 3 Ba = 1 Br - 2/7 Br = 5/7 Br This cross multiplies to
21 Ba = 5 Br, or 1 Br = 4.2 Ba Going back to the 1st equation,
substiture 4.2 Ba for each Br: 8.4 Ba = 5 F

Don't slip on the peel from that 0.4 banana.

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From: ddiaz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Mon, 7 Mar 2005 16:44:57 -0500
Subject: Re: [BP] I hate Chiquita

> 5F= 2Br
> 1Br= 7/2Or
> 1Ba= 1Br-3Or= 7/2 Or- 6/2 Or= 1/2Or????
> 1Ba=
>
> Met History wrote:
>
> > In a message dated 3/7/2005 4:08:51 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
> >
> >               Five fish are worth the same as two loaves of bread.
> >
> >               Six oranges are worth the same as two melons.
> >
> >               One loaf of bread is worth the same as one banana and
> >     three oranges.
> >
> >               Four loaves of bread are worth the same as fourteen
> > oranges.
> >
> >     Question: How many bananas can Byron get with five fish?
> >
> > 5F=2B
> > 6O=2M
> > 1B=1N+3O
> >
> > 5F=X?N
> >
> > 2B=X?N
> > 2N + 6O = X?N
> > 6O = X?N + 2N
> > 4B = 14O
> >
> > actually, i don't know, i bet heidi knows she is working on a thesis

> > with Andres Duany.
> >
> > c
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