# Pigs

A buyer said, "I want to buy 100 pigs for 100 denarii. An adult pig costs 10 denarii, a sow 5 denarii, two little piglets are worth 1 denarius. " How many pigs, sows and piglets could he buy for exactly 100 denarii?

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