Q: How much does a score and a dozen contains?

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A score contains 20. A dozen contains 12. You didn't ask, but a baker's dozen contains 13 and a gross is a dozen dozen or 144.

A dozen is 12; a score is 20. Thus a score is more than a dozen.

If twelve is the same as a dozen, then twenty would be the same as score.

12 is a dozen 13 is a Baker's Dozen 20 is a score 144 is a gross.

A score is 20 and a dozen is 12. Two scores = 40 Two dozen = 24

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A score contains 20. A dozen contains 12. You didn't ask, but a baker's dozen contains 13 and a gross is a dozen dozen or 144.

A dozen is 12, A score is 20. FYI:A dozen contains 12. a baker's dozen contains 13 and a gross is a dozen's dozen or 144.

A dozen is 12; a score is 20. Thus a score is more than a dozen.

A 'Score' is '20' A dozen is '12' So '12 /20 is 3/5 or 0.6 score.

A score is 20 and 2 dozen is 24 so the answer is 1

An alternative word which can be used to refer to 20 is one score.

If twelve is the same as a dozen, then twenty would be the same as score.

You would need 10 dozen, because 112/12=9.33 and you cannot have a percentage of a dozen bread.

A dozen is twelve. A score is twenty. 12 to 20=6/10=3/5

the answer is 32

120.

3 score = 60 and 4 dozen = 48 so the ratio is 5 to 4