Gloves

Petra has ten pairs of gloves in the closet. Six pairs are blue, 4 pairs are yellow. How many pieces of gloves need to be pulled out at least when she pull them out in the dark and want to have one complete one color pair?

Result

n =  11

Solution:

n=6+4+1=11n=6+4+1=11



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