What is the number whose fifth part increased by 5 is equal to its fourth part diminished by 5?
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in the playgarden – right now – the children – play
A. Play the children in the playgarden right now.
B. Right now the children in the playgarden play.
C. The children play in the playgarden right now.
D. Right now in the playgarden the children play.
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