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The monkey will always keep a whole number of peaches.
For Part (ii), why not try a starting value and see what happens?
Then decide whether you need to start with a bigger or smaller
starting value next time.
For part (iii), you could use a tree diagram: at each stage, branch
off the fractions it would be possible to try next so that all
possibilities are checked.