Q: In one case of apples there are 209 in a second 221 and in a third 199. How many apples altogether?

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Look for the first digit that is different. In this case, the first digit after the decimal point. The number that has the larger digit in this position, is larger. If the first digit is the same, compare the second digit with the second digit, the third digit with the third digit, and so forth, until you find a difference.

Apples are sometimes sold by the unit (for example, "the small apples cost Bs. 2.00 for 3 apples; the large ones cost Bs. 1.00 each"), sometimes by mass (which is popularly confused with "weight"). In this case, kilograms would be used in most countries.

I assume the rather vague question is 'What is a third of 155?' In which case: 155 ÷ 3 = 51.666666667

Apples, like any other fresh fruit, are generally a healthy part of a diet, whether you are pregnant or not; but to be extra careful, wash them first in case there is any pesticide residue.

You take the difference between the second and first numbers.Then take the difference between the third and second numbers. If that difference is not the same then it is not an arithmetic sequence, otherwise it could be.Take the difference between the fourth and third second numbers. If that difference is not the same then it is not an arithmetic sequence, otherwise it could be.Keep checking until you think the differences are all the same.That being the case it is an arithmetic sequence.If you have a position to value rule that is linear then it is an arithmetic sequence.

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