## A Baffling Puzzle: How to Evaluate Number of Apples?

A took half of the apples, returned 10. B took one-third of what were left...it went on...Evaluate number of apples in the beginning, but no algebra please.

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Usually we take the first decision on the first event we see, then take the next and so on. But, working backwards technique often solves a problem quickly.