Q: I have 5 apples and you have 2 of them how many do I have?

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John now has 3 Apples.

Imagine you have apples that you have put into groups, with each group having 5 apples in it. If you take one group, you have 5 apples. This is the same as 5 x 1. 5 is how many apples per group you have. 1 is how many groups you take. If you take two groups of apples, you have 10 apples. This is the same as 5 x 2. Now consider if you don't take any groups of apples. How many apples would you have? You wouldn't have any. This is the same as 5 x 0.

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The numerator is how much of the denominator. For example, if you have 3 green apples and 2 red apples, the total amount of apples is the denominator, 5. so, 3/5 of the apples are green, and 2/5 of the apples are red.

You will have 3 apples, and there will be 2 apples left.

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There are about 2-5 apples in a pound. They apples vary in size and shape so just estimate about how many apples you need.

There are about 2-5 apples in a pound. They apples vary in size and shape so just estimate about how many apples you need.

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There are about 2-5 apples in a pound. They apples vary in size and shape so just estimate about how many apples you need.

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