 # 🍦 Ice creams everywhere 🍦

• pink icecream

COM101 Rocky Mountains

• The Ice cream that was bought is the sundae

• Hello. Answer is 3 24 16 8 2

COM02 Firebox

• The ice cream cone costs 3 coins.

The sundae costs 24 coins.

The pink ice cream bar costs 16 coins.

The brown chocolate ice cream bar costs 8 coins.

The blue twin pops cost 2 coins.

Therefore you bought the pink ice cream bar.

My name is FrostyMiller and I am currently playing in COM202 Loch Ness

• This one is a bit hard to figure out. The question "How many coins?" is problematic since coins can be 0.01, 0.05, 0.10, .025, 0.50 or 1.00. Historically there were other denominations as well. Do you mean how many dollars?

Additionally, you have stuff in different shapes. Does the circle represent a whole so it is 50% of the value of a red bar minus 4? Or is it just a plate or tray? If it is a pie, then what is the rectangle? Are those fractions regardless fo the shape and if so, why not use the same shape for both?

Im guessing that the 16 dollars one is the green and yellow Sunday cup one with the cherry in it. The bottom 2 togeather add up to 11 so it cant be either of those. . .

Triarius

CZ s101

• You brought the red ice cresm.

Fonsepinse

M1.201 Skandinavia

• 1) p = b + 4v

2) m = (p - 4) + 2c + 3v

3) m - p = b

4) b + c = 11

There are four equations with 5 unknowns - no direct solution possible.

Therefore, we create four equations, where the four icecreams are dependent on only the fifth:

1) Clean up 4th equation

b + c = 11 =>

b = 11 - c

2) Replace b in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd equation

p = 11 - c + 4v

m = p - 4 + 2c + 3v

m - p = 11 - c

3) Combine 2nd and 3rd equation

m = p - 4 + 2c + 3v

m - p = 11 - c => m = 11 - c + p

p - 4 + 2c + 3v = 11 - c + p =>

-4 + 2c + 3v = 11 - c =>

2c + 3v = 15 - c =>

3v = 15 - 3c =>

v = 5 - c

4) Replace b and v in first equation

p = 11 - c + 4(5 - c) => p = 11 - c + 20 - 4c =>

p = 31 - 5c

5) replace p and b in 3rd equation

m - (31 - 5c) = 11 - c => m - 31 + 5c = 11 - c => m = 11 - c + 31 - 5c =>

m = 42 - 6c

5) We now have four equations:

b = 11 - c

v = 5 - c

p = 31 - 5c

m = 42 - 6c

In the 2nd quation we can see, that c spans from 1 to 4, so these values will be inserted in the equations:

c = 1; b = 10, v = 4, p = 26, m = 36

c = 2; b = 9, v = 3, p = 21, m = 30

c = 3; b = 8, v = 2, p = 16, m = 24

c = 4; b = 7, v = 1, p = 11, m = 18

There is only one correct solution, where one of the ice creams wil cost 16 gold; the one where c costs 3 gold.

You bought the pink one.

This was fun, thanks:-)

Kyhl, COM201 Big Ben

• It's the pink one aaaaand I wrote in in the czech forum too, can I win twice? with ,

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• Steve Mencik, COM-202, Loch Ness,

Values as shown in attachment from left to right: 3, 24,16, 8, 2

If you had the 16 cent ice cream, you had the one in the middle, the pink popsicle.

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• nitro, M1 101 Golden Gate

1st (cone) costs 3 coins

2nd (glass) costs 24 coins

3rd (red) costs 16 coins

4th (brown) costs 8 coins and

5th (purple) costs 2 coins

You had the 3rd, the red.

• The pink (3rd) one cost 16 coins.

COM203 Tower Bridge

• You bought the Red ice cream

Red = 16

Blue = 2

Grey = 8

Cup = 24

Cone = 3

Dutcher

NL01 Stoomketel

If it ain't Dutch, it ain't much!

• Cone = 3 coins

Sundae = 24 coins

Red Ice Cream = 16 coins

Brown Ice Cream = 8 coins

Blue Ice Cream = 2 coins

Therefore, you bought the Red Ice Cream.

COM202 Loch Ness

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