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# If you had two apples and someone gave you two more apples how many apples would you have?

Updated: 9/17/2023

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13y ago

☺its obviously 4!the question that you asked is if you have 2 apples and someone gave you two more, hows many apples will you have? so you started off with two apples then you got 2 more. 2 plus two is 4 so its four.☺

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Q: If you had two apples and someone gave you two more apples how many apples would you have?
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### When saying how many does it mean add or subtract?

"How many" is asking for an amount, not specifying an operation. It could just as easily be...How many apples would you have if you started with 5 and someone gave you 2? (indicating addition) or How many apples would you have if you started with 5 and gave someone 2? (indicating subtraction) Other words in the sentence indicate the operation.

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