Annabel, Belinda, Carmen and Davina went shopping during the new year sales.
“What did you buy?” Belinda asked Annabel at the end of the day.
“Handbags. They were a real bargain! Each one cost me ten times as many pounds as the total number of handbags I bought.”
“That’s a coincidence,” said Belinda. “I bought shoes, and each pair cost me ten times as many pounds as the total number of pairs I bought.”
“Me too,” said Carmen. “I bought dresses, and each one cost me ten times as many pounds as the total number of dresses…
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