# Flower Seller

Chris
Posers and Puzzles 03 Feb '03 13:57
1. Chris
03 Feb '03 13:57
A local florist sets prices for the flowers in her shop based on her own logic. A rose costs \$0.16, a nasturtium \$0.42, and a jonquil is \$0.29. Using the same logic, how much will a tulip cost?
2. 03 Feb '03 18:02
Originally posted by Chrismo
A local florist sets prices for the flowers in her shop based on her own logic. A rose costs \$0.16, a nasturtium \$0.42, and a jonquil is \$0.29. Using the same logic, how much will a tulip cost?
I bet the Jonquil's are in promotion.ðŸ˜€ If they had costed \$0.38 instead, I would have given \$0.26 for a tulip.

Back to study, I suppose ðŸ˜•
3. 03 Feb '03 20:41
\$0.55 ???ðŸ™„
4. bbarr
Chief Justice
03 Feb '03 21:10
Originally posted by Chrismo
A local florist sets prices for the flowers in her shop based on her own logic. A rose costs \$0.16, a nasturtium \$0.42, and a jonquil is \$0.29. Using the same logic, how much will a tulip cost?
Would a tulip cost \$.21? I'm thinking that vowels cost 3 cents and consonants cost 5 cents.

5. royalchicken
CHAOS GHOST!!!
03 Feb '03 23:26
For what it's worth, I would agree with bbarr, although there may be innumerable other rules for pricing flowers.