The young farm animals have been playing tug of war.With 3 piglets on one side and 2 kids (young goats) on the other side , the game ended in a tie. Similarly, with 3 calves on one side and 4 kids on the other side, the game ended in a tie.

Which side, if either, will win if one side has 5 piglets and the other side has 2 calves.

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3 piglets=2 kids 1piglet=2/3 kids 5piglet=10/3 kids {1} 3 calves=4 kids 1 calves=4/3 kids 2 calves=8/3 {2} As{1}>{2} Therefore 5 piglets will win.

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