# Four girls, Ann, Bobbie, Cathy, and Deb, have \$1100; Ann has a certain sum, Bobbie has twice as much as Ann, Cathy has \$800, and Deb has \$200 more than Cathy; how many dollars has Ann

Four girls, Ann, Bobbie, Cathy, and Deb, have \$1100; Ann has a certain sum, Bobbie has twice as much as Ann, Cathy has \$800, and Deb has \$200 more than Cathy; how many dollars has Ann?

<font face="Garamond" size="+2"> Whoever made up this problem must be a member of Congress. If Cathy has \$800 and Deb has \$200 more than that, then Deb and Cathy together have \$1800, which is \$700 more than the 4 girls started with in the first place. No solution to the problem as stated. John *[tex LARGE e^{ipi} + 1 = 0] </font>
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