I spoke with a friend yesterday, who mentioned she was finding new activities for her children during summer break. The latest involved extra chores for cash - the child would get 75 cents for every 2 mirrors cleaned. After a couple of hours had passed, her daughter came back reporting that she successfully cleaned 26 mirrors! Perplexed, my friend recounted in her head the 11 mirrors in her home. She asked, "How did you wash 26 mirrors?" Her daughter replied that she washed 5 mirrors on each of their cars (2 side mirrors, 2 pull down mirrors, and the rear view mirror), and they have 3 cars - vehicle mirrors alone totaled 15, which coupled with the 11 inside the home added up to 26 (over double what was anticipated). The qualifier of mirrors inside the home would've saved money and been more precise.
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