# Total 20 Pigeons Fly In Odd Numbers In 5 Times

## Total 20 Pigeons Fly In Odd Numbers In 5 Times

A total of 30 pigeons ... they fly in an odd number ... 5 times? ۔

Number of pigeons 30.

5 first 25 left.

11 seconds left 14.

Third 3 Remaining 11.

First Quarter 10.

5. 10 (but not weird, even) Solve this problem.

I agree with everyone (it's easy)

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Flight 1: 3 Pigeons (27 left)

Flight 2: 5 pigeons (22 left)

Flight 3: 7 Pigeons (15 left)

Flight 4: 5 pigeons (10 left)

A dove returns, 11.

Flight 5:11 Pigeon.

End: 0.

m: 30

Volume 1: 3 (27 left)

Volume 2: 5 (22 left)

Volume 3: 9 (13 left)

Volume 4: 3 (10 left)

Volume 5: 9 (1 remaining)

End: 1.

You never say what the end result should be. If it should be 0, I don't think it's possible because 5 is not a weird number that adds up to 30.

Do you have 9 left?

1) The first group of 15 pigeons covered the third distance.

2) Another group of 15 pigeons covered half the distance.

3) The first group of 15 pigeons covers the second and third distance.

4) Another group of 15 pigeons covered the distance.

5) The first group of 15 pigeons covers the last third distance.

And boo-boo, it's impossible to think like you.

This is not possible. Five odd numbers will never produce an equal number. Four odd numbers are always equal to one. So since you subtract an equal number from someone else, you get the same number.