30 eggs are in two and a half dozens.
well, if you have a dozen, that's twelve, and half of that which is six. the number of eggs in two half dozen cartons are twelve eggs!
24 eggs are the equivalent of two dozen eggs. A dozen is 12, while a baker's dozen is 13.
it takes 12 eggs to make a dozen A dozen eggs is the same as twelve eggs. If you have 12 eggs you formaly have a dozen. It takes 24 eggs to make a dozen two-egg omlettes. Depending on your recipe, it may take anywhere from 4 to 12 eggs to make a dozen glasses of eggnog.
Each chicken takes a day and a half to lay one egg. So in 24 days each chicken can lay 2/3 of 24 = 16 eggs. There are 24 chicken so, in all, 24*16 = 384 eggs can be laid.
There are 12 eggs in a dozen. Eating 2 will leave 10 left.
1 dozen = 12 so 2.5 dozen = 2.5*12 = 30. Simple!
Two and a half dozen is equal to 30. Each dozen is 12, and a half a dozen is 6, so the equation you can use to figure that out is 12 x 2 + 6 = 30.
There are extra large, large, medium and small hen eggs on sale - and the size governs the price charged per half dozen.
about two dollars!
2 and 1/3. medium eggs are at least 21 ounces per dozen. large eggs are at least 24 ounces per dozen. two large eggs are 4 to 4.25 ounces. 2 and 1/3 medium eggs are 4.08 to 4.33 ounces.
2 and a half.
Depending on the species, there could be as few as two (for some Western breeds) or as many as a dozen (from lindworms).
umm im pretty sure 24,000 because,2,000x12 = 24,000
I think it's 12e
One dozen equals 12. Two dozen equals 24.
1/4. The ratio is 2: 1/2
Impossible question to answer as it varies from species to species, anywhere from one or two to several dozen.