A child goes to a shop to buy chocolates. He hands over 10 rupees to the shopkeeper and gets 10 chocolates. Seeing the happy face of the child, the shopkeeper thinks something interesting. He tells the child that he will give a rupee for every two chocolate wrappers that the child collects and gives back.

Guess how many chocolates did the child get to eat?

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16

3 chocolates more AM π

19 chocolates and he has got one wrapper left with him π

Exactly π

Are we allowed to make our own assumption to solve the problem!? π

Havent I given enough data π

Lets hear your assumptions nevertheless π

19 chocolates

Sahi jawaab π

Yahooooooooooo!! Gooooooogle π π

First reaction – π― π― π―

Second reaction – π π π

15?

those 5 chocolates will get you more wrappers na π

Sgh!!! My maths has always been weak is my strongest defence π

π π π

10 π ..

hehehhehe…lovely answer π

but the child loves chocolates like anything..he keeps on eating chocolates, collects the wrappers and then again gets new chocolates.

19 in all π

10.

19 π

15 chocolates? Or an indefinite amount?

Nope, 19 π

10 + 5 + 2 + 1 + 1 π

btw, how come indefinite??

Errrr… the kid kept going to the shop to exchange wrappers for chocolates. That’s why indefinite! π π π

Correct line of thought….but this math does not go into infinity π π

19 π

Correct π

YAY!!!! π π π

π

Is that 19??

Yes, it is π

I want chocolates. Now. π

Take all from the child π

ooh! 19! π

Yes π

I have very little hair left on my head. Not worth the risk. π¦

hahahaha

Oh the shop keeper has never met an evil child luke me who would have ran away with his entire bottle of chocolates πΏ

Saks..he would not even have devised such a plan if he had seen you eyeing the bottle of chocolates π