Q: Bobby went to the store and bought 8 boxes of oranges The lightest box weighed 36.85 pounds The heaviest box weighed 42.15 pounds what could be the total weight of the orange boxe?

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It is possible that only 1 box weighed 33 lbs and 7 boxes weighed 49 lbs giving 376lbs. It is also possible that 7 boxes weigh 33lbs and only 1 box weighs 49 lbs giving 280lbs.

It said he ate a third of them so you dont know how much was in the bag to begin with.

This is a tricky one

Jay bought 3 apples. 3x200=600. 600g in total.

The answer to the riddle "I am bought by the yard but worn by the foot" is the carpet.

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It is possible that only 1 box weighed 33 lbs and 7 boxes weighed 49 lbs giving 376lbs. It is also possible that 7 boxes weigh 33lbs and only 1 box weighs 49 lbs giving 280lbs.

No, heaviest is an adjective, the superlative form for the adjective heavy (heavier, heaviest). Example sentence:We bought the heaviest watermelon we could find.

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30 oranges for $5.00 ( 6 oranges for $1.00 )

i had bought some fair trade oranges and it was £42 its lovely

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John's price: k = 20 Jenny's price: 10+k = 20 or k = 20-10 => k = 10 Difference in price is 10 pence

one apple is for 0.45.

$0.45

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It said he ate a third of them so you dont know how much was in the bag to begin with.

He had 6 oranges to start with, and ate 2 the first day and 2 the second day.