Q: If you have 12 apples and 5 bags how do you share equally?

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Mash the apples and share spoonfuls between the 12 people.

2.15. apples each

She can make 12 packs.

12 apples

A dozen apples is 12 apples. Here is how you solve it. 12-6+3 =6+3 =9 apples. You will get nine apples.

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Mash the apples and share spoonfuls between the 12 people.

2.15. apples each

You will get the answer by subtracting 60- 12. I will not share the answer so figure it out yourself. I was just sharing what you are supposed to do. Type in the chat below!

12 apples

let x =oranges let x+12= apples total in basket=36 (x) + (x+12)= 36 2x +12= 36 -12 -12 -------------------- 2x = 24 --- ------ 2 2 ------------- x=12 therefore: there are 12 oranges (x+12)= apples 12+12=24 apples Ans: 24 apples

Johnny has 12 apples. Johnny has 12 friends for some reason Johnnys friends give him 12 apples each How many apples would Johnnys friends have before giving them to Johnny? If they each have 12 apples, that would be 12 X 12. But Johnny already had 12 apples So your equation would be…… 12 + 12 X 12 Remember order of operations or you’ll get this wrong. (answer is 156) One problem though. The question did not specify whether Johnny got 12 apples from all of his friends, or each of his friends (eg. 1 x 12 vs 12 x 12) but I just went w/ the latter as it seemed more common idrk

She can make 12 packs.

Each friend will receive one third of a pizza.

If Person A has 12 apples and Person B has 12 apples, they both "each" have 12 apples. Total together, they have 24 apples.

Billy has X apples Ellen has X+2 apples There are 12 apples So ... X + (x+2) = 12 2x + 2 = 12 2x = 10 therefore x=5 so Ellen has 7 apples

There are 24 apples and 12 oranges in the basket.