Basket of fruit
In six baskets, the seller has fruit. In individual baskets, there are only apples or just pears with the following number of fruits: 5,6,12,14,23 and 29. "If I sell this basket," the salesman thinks, "then I will have just as many apples as a pear." Which basket did the salesman think?
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