21 December, 17:42
If one man had ten cows. How many would ten men have?
21 December, 17:50
Depends. They could get 1 each. Or it could be 100 if you mean 10 of the same guy
21 December, 19:22
If each man has 10 cows then 10 men 100 cows
If it is another number you multiply that number by 10
Ex 7 cows each man then 70 cows
5 cows each man, then 50 cows ...
If the 10 men have the same cows from that man, then each man 1 cow,
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