Q: How many pounds of apples in one case of apples?

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209 + 221 + 199 = 629

3 apples to 1 poundTherefore 3 x 4 = 12 apples

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One apple.

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the answer is 4 pounds because for every two apples you buy you get one

12 one third apples would weigh 4 pounds.

209 + 221 + 199 = 629

3 apples to 1 poundTherefore 3 x 4 = 12 apples

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I remember these from elementary school. I think this one is 'not enough information.'

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Roughly 4 dried apples equals one cup.

It would take around 2,000 pounds of apples to make a ton. The number of apples in a ton can vary based on the size and weight of the apples, but it's roughly estimated to be between 2,000 to 2,500 apples.

The two units are incompatible nanometre is a unit of length equal to one billionth of a metre, pounds are a unit of mass. It is like asking how many apples are in an orange.

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