Walnuts

x walnuts were in the mission. Dano took 1/4 of nuts Michael took 1/8 from the rest and John took 34 nuts. It stayed here 29 nuts. Determine the original number of nuts.

Result

x =  96

Solution:


x/4+(x-x/4)/8+34+29 = x

5.25x = 504

x = 96

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