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There is a bus with 7 grannies on their way home.

Each granny has 7 bags.

In each bag, there are 7 big cats

Each big cat has 7 little cats.

Each cat has 4 legs, naturally.

Question: How many legs are present on that bus?

I will post the answer later(if needed).

Please post the exact answer.

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10,990 - if one of the grannies is also the driver and there is no one else on the bus. If you need an additional driver then 10,992.

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This one needs a calculator along with your brain.

There is a bus with 7 grannies on their way home.

Each granny has 7 bags.

In each bag, there are 7 big cats

Each big cat has 7 little cats.

Each cat has 4 legs, naturally.

Question: How many legs are present on that bus?

I will post the answer later(if needed).

Please post the exact answer.

I believe the answer is there are 10990 legs on the bus.

7 grannies = 14 legs

343 big cats = 1372 legs

2401 little cats = 9604 legs

TOTAL = 10990 legs in the bus

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I doubt any of the grannies is driving, so you'd have to add the extra 2 for the driver. I can't believe all those big and small cats fit in a bag. That's cruel.

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I doubt any of the grannies is driving, so you'd have to add the extra 2 for the driver. I can't believe all those big and small cats fit in a bag. That's cruel.

Well also u have to think, how big was ur grandmothers bag when u were with her? I remember she used to pull the most random things outta there and i never knew how she fit them all in it. And why wouldnt a granny be driving the bus, they are all old fashioned and thus want to save money so one of them would drive and hiring a bus driver costs a "pretty penny" sometimes..... although lets hope its not the one with eye problems O.o

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