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50 each cattle cost 100 each and horses cost 1000

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She discovered that sheep cost $0.50 each, cattle cost $1.00 each, and horses cost $10.00 each. This purchase, to buy exactly 100 animals for $100 and have some of each kind of animal, proved more difficult that she had thought it would be. Your job is to find a solution to Farmer Ann’s dilemma. A good method to solve this type of problem is to use guess and check. There are several possible ways and the one we are going to use is to guess some total of animals that add up to 100. From those three numbers determine what your overall price is. Based on whether it was too high or too low, you can now switch out some animals and make another guess. Make at least 10 guesses to determine a correct answer to this problem. For each guess you must have a total of 100 animals. There is more than one right answer, so keep guessing even if you guess correctly early on. Cattle ($1) Sheep ($0.50) Horses ($10) Total $$$ Guess 1 Guess 2 Guess 3 Guess 4 Guess 5 Guess 6 Guess 7 Guess 8 Guess 9 Guess 10 Guess 11 Guess 12 Guess 13 Guess 14 Guess 15
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