# Rabbit family

Rabbit family ate 32 pieces of carrots, small one ate 6 pieces, dad 5 more than the mother. How much ate mom?

Result

x =  10.5

#### Solution:

32 = 6 + x + (x+5)

2x = 21

x = 21/2 = 10.5

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