Q: How many bananas do you have if There are 4 apples 3 bananas and 2 oranges on the table you take one apple and banana and all of the oranges?

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If there were three bananas, and you've taken one banana, then there are two bananas left.

Solve the problem by treating it as a simultaneous equation question which works out as: Apples: 0.20 each Oranges: 0.10 each

2 apples

green apples by far. do not use pink lady apples or other apples because they ruin it.

One apple.

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More than one seed per fruit - Apples Thick skin that separates easily from flesh -Oranges Fruits are elongate- Bananas

Bananas rot faster than apples because although both fruits will eventually be decomposed by bacteria, the banana is more exposed to these decomposers than an apple, causing it to rot faster than an apple.

No, but the banana affects the apple's ripeness- the APPLE grows quicker. The banana grows normally.

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A banana would rot faster because it is softer and attracts dirt and germs faster.

An apple tree.

i think bananas