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# How many go to Kasoa Man going to Kasoa met man with 7 wives each had 12 sons 12 daughters each daughter had 4 sons 7 daughters each son had 7 sons 4 daughters each granddaughter had 4 friends?

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The full riddle is:

How many people go to Kasoa A man going to Kasoa met a man at the bus stop with 7 wives each with 12 sons and 12 daughters Each daughter had 4 sons and 7 daughters and each son has 7 sons and 4 daughters Each grand daughter has 4 friends?

I think this is the old "A man was going to St. Ives" riddle; so the answer is 1.

I think the answer should be 2 since the bus driver should be added.

(Only the man and driver could fit on the bus because in total there would be 5721 people plus the driver.)

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This sounds like a riddle I heard, but it was "St. Peter's" instead of "Kasoa." When I was traveling to Kasoa, I met a man with seven wives. Each wife had seven bags, each bag had seven cats, each cat had seven kits. How many were traveling to Kasoa? Answer: only one; me.

ITS SO very simple ppl, just concentrate on the question rather than open the calculator and start calculations.....see the question 1st line.. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/A_man_was_traveling_to_Kasoa_At_the_bus_stop_he_met_a_man_with_7_wifes_Each_wife_has_12_sons_and_12_daughters_Each_daughter_of_the_man%27s_wife_had_4_sons_and_7_daughters_Each_son_of_the_man%27s_wife_ha Anything after that is just noted as "AT THE BUS STOP HE MET" so he just me them... and the question is " The number is ppl who go to Kasoa". So now u all know he just met those ppl and they are not going anywhere so only you are going to Kasoa, so the answer is ONE. :-)

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