• Question incomplete...but as asked, it's too easy...I assume there must be some twist in the remaining part of the question that got cut off by the character limit. <edit> Sorry..might not be "too easy".....I didn't realize it was in the middle school forum. Basically, you want to ask yourself how many 100-bottle groups would be in that big 1,000 bottle group. Then, knowing you can get 10 new ones from each of those 100 bottle groups, you should be able to determine how many new ones you can get out of the big group.
  • That's not really a terribly hard question, now, is it?

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