1. If each of the bees lands on a flower, then one bee does not get a flower.

2. If two bees share each flower, then there is one flower left.

Now, can you calculate the number of flowers in the pond and the number of bees hovering over them?

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Consider the situation that there is a pond where some flowers have grown up and some bees are hovering over the flowers. Now read the following statements carefully:

1. If each of the bees lands on a flower, then one bee does not get a flower.

2. If two bees share each flower, then there is one flower left.

Now, can you calculate the number of flowers in the pond and the number of bees hovering over them?

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There are 3 Flowers and 4 Bees

1. If each of the bees lands on a flower, then one bee does not get a flower.

2. If two bees share each flower, then there is one flower left.

Now, can you calculate the number of flowers in the pond and the number of bees hovering over them?