Q: Eggs are placed in boxs of six how many boxes are needed if there are ninety two eggs?

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16 eggs! :D

12 eggs= a dozen

There are: 48 times 12 = 576 eggs

A heck of a lot of eggs. The term for 144 of anything is one gross.

A dozen means twelve and so a dozen eggs is twelve eggs. Usually eggs are sold in cartons and these contain a specific number which will be either a half-dozen (which is six eggs), a dozen (that is, twelve eggs), or the number can be specified, say nine eggs, or maybe even fifteen or eighteen eggs. If you want a greater quantity of eggs you might buy a tray, which will be thirty eggs. For some reason, eggs are usually sold in multiples of three.

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16 eggs! :D

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because they would brake in a bag and not in a box

because they're stupid

You go out and find out all the prices you can for a box of eggs then add all these prices together and then divide this number by the number of boxes of eggs you used in the sample.

Any place they feel safe and secure, usually in laying boxes Hens lay eggs in nests, and usually they their eggs in nests that already contain eggs. Some hens will move eggs from neighboring nests into their own nests. In captivity and at farms, farmers will use dummy eggs made from various materials and even golf balls so the hens will lay eggs where the dummies are placed this way their laying off eggs can be controlled. Hens can be finicky and will try to lay eggs in the same location and some may even share nests. If they are crowded, hens will lay eggs on top of their own eggs and even those of other hens. by the way your face is the dummy

Water will leave the egg

For the Pickles and the eggs!!! but not for the porcupines!