Even Happy hour can be expensive for those who didn't learn Mathematics.

Algebra Level 5

\[\color{blue}{\text{A : 1/2 Litre Beer :- 3}$ \quad \color{magenta}{\ddot \smile} \quad \text{2 Packet chips :- 1}$} \\ \color{lime}{\text{B : 1 Litre Beer :- 5}$ \quad \color{blue}{\ddot \smile} \quad \text{3 Packet chips :- 1}$}\ \\ \color{magenta}{\text{C : 3 Litre Beer :- 15}$ \quad \color{cyan}{\ddot \smile} \quad \text{6 Packet chips :- 3}$}\]

A bar is offering greatly reduced prices on beer and chips during their happy hour.

Two groups of friends named "Goonies" and "Pokemen" go to the bar. Goonies want (8 litre Beer + 10 Packet Chips) and Pokemen want (6 litre Beer + 18 Packet Chips). Goonies want to spend minimum $, but Pokemen want to spend as much money as Goonies are spending, but deny to take the same Combo as that of Goonies.

So in what way the above event can take place ?

Details and Assumptions :

\(\bullet\) The bar doesn't deal with the money in fractions. (i.e. 1/2 $, 3/4 $). They want only natural no. $.


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