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THE MARKET WOMEN.





(Money Puzzles)
A number of market women sold their various products at a certain price
per pound (different in every case), and each received the same
amount--2s. 21/2d. What is the greatest number of women there could
have been? The price per pound in every case must be such as could be
paid in current money.


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