Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. SubscriberChris
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    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?
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    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.😀 If they had costed $0.38 instead, I would have given $0.26 for a tulip.

    Back to study, I suppose 😕
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    03 Feb '03 20:41
    $0.55 ???🙄
  4. Donationbbarr
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    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. Standard memberroyalchicken
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    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.
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