40 boxes. 240/6 = 40
Who really cares about her cookies what nerd wrote this question?
If there are ten boxes then each box & apples combination will weigh 30 pounds. If the box weighs 3 pounds empty then it holds 27 pounds when full.
there are 33 boxes because if you count 3 that's 3. then the 2 boxes inside each big box that's 6 small boxes. and that makes 9 boxes. then you have 4 even smaller boxes. 4 multiplied by six makes 24. then you add 9 plus 24 and get 33.
There are 12 boxes of Girl Scout cookies in each case.
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288 pencils in 36 boxes, would mean 8 pencils in each box. If you had 288 pencils in each of 36 boxes, you would a total of 10,368 pencils.
That would depend on how the boxes are moving and how massive they are.
13 boxes with 13 tiles in each
3 big ones3 x 2 = 6 intermediate ones3 x 2 x 4 = 24 small onesTotal = 3 + 6 + 24 = 33 boxes in all
you need 8 boxes (1 lb each)
There are 12 boxes in each case of Girl Scout cookies.
Boxes hold 6 softballs each. You have 890 softballs. Boxes cost $1.50 each. Find the cost even if all the boxes are not full.
It sounds like the goal is for each box to have an odd number of pencils. At first it seems impossible, but if one of the boxes can go inside another so that the larger box holds an even # plus the odd number in the smaller box (for a total of an odd number), then you can do it.
60. To find the answer multiply the number of cases by the number of boxes in each case. 15 x 4 = 60
27 boxes X 9 cookies per box = 243 cookies in a case.