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so is the answer 1740 i think i have not slept in 26 hours due to test in all but here is the logic behind it....there is 6 men thus 12 legs.. each men has 6 sacks. each sack contains 48 legs...for that one person...therfore, total legs in all the sack where there is 36 sacks toal..that gives 36 sacks time 48 plus 12..i hope star
 

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876 legs --- 12 for the 6 men + (6 men x 6 sacks x 6 cats x 4 legs) = 12 + 864 = 876

It doesn't matter how many kittens each cat has if they're not in the sacks.
 

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and my guess is 5172

This is a variant on the old “St. Ives” riddle.

I met a man going to St. Ives
This man said he had seven wives
Each wife had seven sacks
Each sack had seven cats
Each cat had seven kittens
Kittens, cats, sacks and wives
How many were going to St. Ives?
 

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bahh, so I got 6060 too!!! what was the answer???? ... man I was just working with my kiddo in some weird math problem like this for a class he is taking with an online statistics tutor and I come here and I see this!!! Jeez... my brain just had to try it but then, why do I do this to myself? HAHAHA ... No I'm gonna send this to the statistics tutor too to see if she gives me an answer HAHA
 
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