Problem

$+$ $2^{G2}$ $+$ $\bar{2} ^{2}=30$
$\square $ $+$ $\square $ $5x$ $2$ $=15$
$4$ $4$ $4t$ $=24$
$4t$ $8$ $2$ $=3$

10th-13th grade

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Solution

Qanda teacher - Amit Arun

please let me know if you have any query

Student

do u see the yellow thing in the girl and it disappear in third

and the yellow bag the first one is double

Qanda teacher - Amit Arun

I think that will be typo error
if you want me to consider that

then answer will be different

we can consider yellow bag as double but for the yellow thing in the doll hand can't be considered any value

but if you want to get solve like that will solve this

Student

okay let get answer with double bag
and then try to get in doll

Qanda teacher - Amit Arun

please let me know

okay please , will solve with everything now

please wait

this is including extra yellow bag and also including doll having yellow bag

please check and confirm

Student

are u sure that

Qanda teacher - Amit Arun

if you include then this will be answer

Student

you made boy and girl with 4 are u sure

Qanda teacher - Amit Arun

boy and girl is considered as single doll and the doll is having yellow bag

so (doll + yellow bag)*3 = 30

Student

okay thank you very much
you helped me so much but it really diffcult

if you have any idea more tell me

Qanda teacher - Amit Arun

one more way to solve it

like doll is having yellow bag

Student

okay tell them and we try to choose the right one

Qanda teacher - Amit Arun

so you can multiply doll and yellow bag .

wait will solve and send you

but again the answer will be different

Student

no propelem i will take 2 from the answer

Qanda teacher - Amit Arun

you can check this also

Student

okay thank you very much with helping
i will take this one and the other

i hope to be right

thank you

Qanda teacher - Amit Arun

welcome

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