Q: Take two apples from three apples How many do you have?

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Two because that's how many apples you took. USE YOUR BRAIN!!

three

You cannot take three apples from two apples. Two apples is less than three. You can only take up to two apples from two apples. There is no such thing as a negative apple.

I dont know what your asking but if you have three apples take away two you still have three just two are somewhere else, But if thats not what you looking for WHATS THREE MINUSE TWO?! THATS ONE you have one apple left USE YOUR BRAIN unless you dropped it somewhere xD OR if the apples are not yours there are three apples YOU TAKE away TWO YOU have TWO and the othere dude has ONE.

You have only two left.

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Still three.

two apples

If there are three apples in a tree and you take two, then you have the TWO apples that you took.

Three apples minus two apples leaves one apple. 3-2=1

if I have two apples and YOU take 2 how many do YOU have? you have 2.

Two because that's how many apples you took. USE YOUR BRAIN!!

two apples Three apples. You take three, the other guy has two.

you have three

three

You cannot take three apples from two apples. Two apples is less than three. You can only take up to two apples from two apples. There is no such thing as a negative apple.

One apple remains, but you might be thinking of a similar version of that question: "If you take two apples from three apples, how many apples to do you have?" The answer to that question is two.

you have two apples!!