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You took 2 apples from 3 apples. You now have 2 apples, and there is one left in the bag or wherever you took the 2 apples from.

Q: You took 2 apples from 3 appleswhat do you have now?

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You have 3 apples...

If you took two, you have two.

John now has 3 Apples.

Your holding the two apples you took and there is one apple left in the fruit basket.

Yes. If you have 2 apples and are given 2 more apples you now have 200% compared to what apples you started with.

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you took 2 apples, so you have 2 apples, unless of course you have eaten one or two since lol

2 apples, (this is the amount I took, therefore it is what I have)

You have 3 apples...

1 apple. No, 2 apples because you took 2.

you have two apples!!

If you took two, you have two.

2 because that's how many you took.

two, that's all I took

2

Five, unless it is supposed to be a trick question. You may be saying that I took 2 away from 3 apples, so it might be one.

One apple, 3 apples take away 2 apples is one apple

if you take two apples from three apples, then you have 2 apples because you asked 'how much do you'. so it means, how many apples do you have in your hands, or how much you've taken. and so, the answer to this is two.