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but how

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there are 3 flowers in 2 flowers have sit 2 each bee and last sit 2 bee because of that the flower fall down

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could u explain how the answer is A?

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its simple

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i dont get itequation form?

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its A pretty simply. 4 bees and 3 flowers is correct.Explanation: if 1 bee sits on each flower one bee will be left : correct because 3 of the bees sit on the available flowers (3) and one bee doesn't have a flower, meaning its "left".if two bees sit on each flower one flower will be left: correct because the bees (4) occupy only two flowers if they sit in groups of two so one flower will remain vacant

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answer is d

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Dis q is rong

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