Angela and Betty were visiting a poultry farm, which had one quail, one chicken, one goose, one emu, and one ostrich. They learned that every month, the birds lay a total of 26 eggs, arranged in this funny pattern:
Click on the eggs to hear what they have to say. Assume that all eggs laid by the same bird are the same size.
Angela and Betty excitedly bought the second-to-last emu egg, first ostrich egg, fourth emu egg, fourth quail egg, last goose egg, and second ostrich egg. What’s next for the two egg aficionados?
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