Monkeys for the queen  Summary and Q&A
Monkeys for the queen
TL;DR
The queen needs to figure out how many more monkeys she needs to have a total of 18 for her party.
Questions & Answers
Q: How many monkeys does the queen currently have?
The queen currently has 10 monkeys.
Q: How many more monkeys does the queen need for her party?
The queen needs 8 more monkeys to reach a total of 18 for her party.
Q: How did the queen figure out the number of monkeys she needed to add?
The queen iteratively added one monkey at a time, counting from 10 until she reached 18.
Q: What is the pattern observed with the number 18?
The pattern is that 18 is equal to 10 plus 8, where 10 represents the initial number of monkeys and 8 represents the additional monkeys needed.
Summary & Key Takeaways

The queen currently has 10 monkeys and wants to have a total of 18 for her party.

In order to reach 18, the queen needs to add 8 more monkeys.

The pattern observed is that 18 is equal to 10 plus 8.
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