Princess

Princess has lost 321 beads and Prince George are all trying to find. On the first day he found all but 83 beads. On the second day he found 68 beads. On the third day he found the rest, but the princess had lost 76. How many beads had Princess after the first day? How many beads did she have after the second day? How many beads did she have after the third day?

Result

a =  238
b =  306
c =  245

Solution:

a=32183=238a = 321-83 = 238
b=a+68=238+68=306b = a+68 = 238+68 = 306
c=32176=245c = 321-76 = 245







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