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Q: If you take two apples out of a basket of six apples how many apples do you have?

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yes... since anything that describes a noun is an adjective... e.g - six apples.. it is showing/DESCRIBING how many apples there are :)

You have six... ID(random numbers here) I just wanted to correct this... you have two. He (or She) did not say from EACH tree, just from three trees.

six (6)

The sixth person took the basket with the egg in it.

If it weighs one kilogram on the moon, it will have about six times as many apples as a bag of 1 kilo apples on earth.

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79 apples is the same as six dozen and seven apples. I don't know how many she has.

The basket actually had seven eggs in it. The statement that the basket had six eggs in it is also true, although misleading. If it was said that the basket had only six eggs in then it would be untrue.

There are zero bananas in a six pack of apples.

yes... since anything that describes a noun is an adjective... e.g - six apples.. it is showing/DESCRIBING how many apples there are :)

You have six... ID(random numbers here) I just wanted to correct this... you have two. He (or She) did not say from EACH tree, just from three trees.

six (6)

The sixth person took the basket with the egg in it.

six pies.

the last one took egg along with basket .hence one egg remained in basket.