If a potato and a tomato cost 1,10 euros and the potato costs 1 euro more than the tomato then how much does the tomato cost? Right answer will be gifted an Atriuz rank on release, WITH MY OWN MONEY.No Staff is apart of this. No googling is allowed. IBLUECOMBO if you win you dont get donkeys.

Hey InAReverseFlash, You can't, You don't have the price of the tomatos. Only of them both together. Hahah fun quiz thingie. - TheFluzzyyy CEO Atriuz Network

If the tomato cost 10 cents and the potato costs $1.00 more than the tomato, then the potato would cost $1.10 for a grand total of $1.20. The correct answer to this problem is that the tomato costs 5 cents and the potato costs — at a dollar more — $1.05 for a grand total of $1.10.

I think this is not possible because if the potato costs 1 euro MORE than the tomato then there is no way the tomato could be 10 cents because if it was then the total would be 1.20. So my anwser is this is 0. But I think that it could be 5 cents because 1.05 + 0.05 is 1.10 I'm so good at math lmao