# Grandfather 3253

Grandfather keeps 40 animals — geese, pigs, goats, and chickens—in total. There are 3 geese for every goat. If there were 8 fewer chickens, there would be as many geese and pigs combined. If Grandpa exchanged a quarter of the geese for chickens at a ratio of 3 chickens to 1 goose, he would have a total of 46 animals. How many animals does Grandpa keep?

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