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If there were six women and each one had six carboard boxes. Each carboard box has six mice inside it and each mouse has six babies. Assuming all have all their limbs, how many legs are there in total…

If there were six women and each one had six carboard boxes. Each carboard box has six mice inside it and each mouse has six babies. Assuming all have all their limbs, how many legs are there in total?

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6 baby mice = 6 x 4 = 24 legs plus mother = 28

28 * 6 = 168 legs per box

(6 Boxes) 168 * 6 = 1008 + womans pair = 1010

1010 * 6 (six women) = 6060 legs total but as the sentence says if THERE WERE not how many there ARE, so the riddle answer is 0?

agreed

agreed

You may, but you'd be wrong to.

6 baby mice = 6 x 4 = 24 legs plus mother = 28

28 * 6 = 168 legs per box

(6 Boxes) 168 * 6 = 1008 + womans pair = 1010

1010 * 6 (six women) = 6060 legs total.

I got 6060 too!

But the question is... What's a carboard box? :p

But the question is... What's a carboard box? :p

Yeh 6060 :thumbsup:

but the carboard was a bit confusing.

I read it wrong....each woman has 6 boxes(I did it on 1 box)

The answer is therefore...........6060:)

lmao:-D

Doh'

not sure how I managed to get that number !! 6060 for me too!

You have any answer or just wanted to check that how many answer you can get of a same question.