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**Question:**

If:-

⇒ Queen & Pawn + Queen & Pawn + Queen & Pawn = 30

⇒ Bishop & Rook + Bishop & Rook + Queen & Rook = 35

⇒ Knight & Pawn + Knight & Pawn + Knight & Pawn = 18

Where:-

⇒ 2 Pawn = Knight, and

⇒ Knight + Pawn = Bishop

Then:-

⇒ Bishop + Rook × Knight − Queen = King & Pawn

Find the value of King = ??

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**Given:**

⇒ 2 Pawn = Knight, and

⇒ Knight + Pawn = Bishop

### From Equation 3rd:

⇒ Knight & Pawn + Knight & Pawn + Knight & Pawn = 18

⇒ (Knight + Pawn) + (Knight + Pawn) + (Knight + Pawn) = 18

Given: 2Pawn = Knight, therefore;

⇒ (Pawn + Pawn + Pawn) + (Pawn + Pawn + Pawn) + (Pawn + Pawn + Pawn) = 18

⇒ (3Pawn) + (3Pawn) + (3Pawn) = 18

⇒ 9 Pawn = 18

⇒ Pawn = 18/9 = 2

⇒ **Pawn = 2**

>>> Again equation 3rd:

⇒ (Knight + Pawn) + (Knight + Pawn) + (Knight + Pawn) = 18

Put Pawn value i.e. 2

⇒ (Knight + 2) + (Knight + 2) + (Knight + 2) = 18

⇒ Knight + 2 + Knight + 2 + Knight + 2 = 18

⇒ 3 Knight + 6 = 18

⇒ 3 Knight = 18 – 6

⇒ 3 Knight = 12

⇒ Knight = 12/3 = 4

⇒ **Knight = 4**

Given: Knight + Pawn = Bishop, (rewrite the equation 3rd)

⇒ (Knight + Pawn) + (Knight + Pawn) + (Knight + Pawn) = 18 (Equation 3rd)

⇒ Bishop + Bishop + Bishop = 18

⇒ 3Bishop = 18

⇒ Bishop = 18/3

⇒ **Bishop = 6**

### From Equation 1st:

⇒ Queen & Pawn + Queen & Pawn + Queen & Pawn = 30

⇒ (Queen + Pawn) + (Queen + Pawn) + (Queen + Pawn) = 30

Put the value of Pawn = 2, we get;

⇒ (Queen + 2) + (Queen + 2) + (Queen + 2) = 30

⇒ Queen + 2 + Queen + 2 + Queen + 2 = 30

⇒ 3 Queen + 6 = 30

⇒ 3 Queen = 30 -6

⇒ 3 Queen = 24

⇒ Queen = 24/3

⇒ **Queen = 8**

### From Equation 2nd:

⇒ Bishop & Rook + Bishop & Rook + Queen & Rook = 35

⇒ (Bishop + Rook) + (Bishop + Rook) + (Queen + Rook) = 35

Put the value of Bishop = 6 and Queen = 8, we get;

⇒ (6 + Rook) + (6 + Rook) + (8 + Rook) = 35

⇒ 6 + Rook + 6 + Rook + 8 + Rook = 35

⇒ 20 + 3 Rook = 35

⇒ 3 Rook = 35 -20

⇒ 3 Rook = 15

⇒ Rook = 15/3

⇒ **Rook = 5**

### >>Now we have:

**Pawn = 2, Knight = 4, Bishop = 6, Rook = 5, and Queen = 8**

### Last Equation:

⇒ Bishop + Rook × Knight − Queen = King & Pawn

⇒ 6 + 5 × 4 − 8 = (King & Pawn)

⇒ 6 + 20 − 8 = (King & Pawn)

⇒ 26 − 8 = (King & Pawn)

⇒ 18 = (King & Pawn)

Now we know:

⇒ King + Pawn = 18 (Put Pawn value i.e 2)

⇒ King + 2 = 18

⇒ King = 18 – 2

⇒ **King = 16 (Answer)**

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Last equation is worked out wrong! There are no brackets shown so you work each number in sequence. i.e.

6+5=11

11*4=44

44-8=36

No!

In mathematics, multiplication and division have HIGHER precedence over addition and subtraction when NO brackets are shown.

For example:

a + bc – d

You have to do the multiplication of b×c first and then the rest.

If you want to do it in sequence, then you have to write it like this:

(a + b)c – d

Another obvious example:

5 + 1/2 = 5.5

(5 + 1)/2 = 3