In the first cellar, there are more flies than spiders. In the second, the opposite. In each cellar, the flies and spiders had a combined 100 legs. Determine how many flies and spiders could have been in the first and how many in the second cellar.

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Correct answer:

n =  4

Step-by-step explanation:

100 = 6m + 8p
[m; p]:

[2; 11]
[6; 8]
[10; 5]
[14; 2]

P= { {[10; 5], [2; 11]},
{[10; 5], [6; 8]},
{[14; 2], [2; 11]},
{[14; 2], [6; 8]}}

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