answer the riddle below...?

Bob was having a big party. He decided on a technique to get lots of people to come. He invited his five closest friends and said that they could each invite 4 people.

Each of those could invite 3.

Each of those could invite 2.

Each of those could invite 1.

Overall, how many people did Bob invite to his party?

5 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Favourite answer

    Oops had to redo my answer after turning my brain on, lol, I think this is the right answer now, but maybe not lol.

    Bob himself invited 5 - the other 320 people were invited by others.

    5 Bob Invited

    20 Invited By The Original 5 ( Since Those 5 Could Invite 4 Each )

    60 Invited By The 20 ( Since Those 20 Could Invite 3 Each )

    120 Invited By The 60 ( Since Those 60 Could Invite 2 Each )

    120 Invited by the 120 ( since those 120 could invite 1 each )

    For a grand total of 325 attending the party, of which only 5 were the ones that Bob extended the invitation personally.

  • 1 decade ago

    Bob invited 5 people. In total 325 people were invited to his party.

  • 1 decade ago

    5 People

  • 1 decade ago

    64 people in all

    bob only invited 4 by himself

    Source(s): i counted
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    i think 240.

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