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The Nation of Zox
Posted 02 June 2013 - 09:38 PM
1. The smallest islands has 75 Zoxians.
2. The largest island is Zod. The smallest island is not Zoz.
3. One island has 150 Zoxians. Another has 250.
4. Zob is one and a half times larger than one of the islands.
5. Zop has 100 more Zoxians than the smallest island.
Posted 07 June 2013 - 04:30 PM
As noted by dm92 in post#3, statement  in the OP is loosely worded, in a way that leaves its meaning unclear.
"Zob is one and a half times larger than one of the islands. meaning 150% larger than. i.e. 250 compared with 100.
What is probably meant is 50% larger than, or half again as much. i.e. 150 compared with 100.
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