you cut them in five peices
only if you can cut each of the apple in 3 or 6 pieces if you cut in 3 pieces each, each person would have 2 pieces of apple if you cut in 6 pieces each, each person would have 4 pieces of apple
You divide each apple into 3 equal pieces. You will then have 8 x 3 = 24 equal pieces. 24 pieces divided by 6 people = 4 pieces per person
You sure can. Give each child one apple and cut the last into 16 pieces - one for each child.If you don't want to cut the apple then no, you cannot equally divide 17 apples among 16 children.
Since 16 and 17 are relatively prime, i.e. they share no divisors other than 1, the only ways to divide 16 apples equally amongst 17 children is to either cut each apple into 17 pieces and give 16 pieces to each child, or cut a 17th of an apple out of each apple, give the cut apples to 16 of the children and give the 16 pieces to the 17th child.Another way to do it is to make apple sauce. From my wife. Gee, wish I had thought of that. :-)>
Yes give them each 16/17 of an apple.
Cut them into thirds and give everyone two thirds. OR give one person 1 apple then chop the other one in half and share it with your best friend!!
Both are equally as important and its always better to eat an apple with the skin on! :)
you have to make apple sauce
well chunks and pieces are basically the same thing although pieces will soften better in the oven as it bakes. hope it helps :)
No, it does not matter what color or type of apple you have. What makes an apple rot is when it is exposed to oxygen. So if you left a slice of a red apple and a slice of a green apple both out on your counter for an equal amount of time. You would see that they were equally exposed, meaning they are equally rotted.
As many as you can cut the apple into.
Cut an apple into 4 equal pieces. Cut each piece of the apple in half. The 8 pieces you end up with are each one eighth of the apple.
She gave each child an apple, then ate two herself.
When you boil an apple, the juice from the apple will come out. The apple breaks into pieces and thickens as a liquid, perfect as apple sauce.
Divide: 6/7 th of an apple for each person. Or hopefully one person will decide not to have an apple and then each of the remainingpeople get 1 whole apple each.
Any prime number: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, etc.
Give each person one apple, then cut the other apple into four pieces and give each person a quarter apple. Each person will have one and a quarter apples.
No, there are no such things as Pieces of Eden.
Stroodles! Little apple pieces covered in chocolate in an apple shaped bag. Yummy.
Some people think so but I would recommend that you sell it. Trust me, people like the smell of apple wood better than oak! Large pieces of apple wood have value as lumber, but smaller pieces that you get from your branches are more practical to just burn. They do burn very well.