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PLEASE HELP: EXAM! Terrell counts 12 legs in the 3-legged race.Each team of 2 students runs on 3 legs.How many students are in the race?

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i would say 8 students. since there are 12 legs (3 legs per team). so 12/3=4. So 4 teams with 2 students each =2 x 4=8 students.. also you can draw it out! |dw:1348524965366:dw| do u understand??
i understand thank you very much
You're very welcome!! :) Good luck on your exam!! And btw sometimes, you can solve a problem more than one way. use the equation or whatever you learned to solve and then you can also use logic to double check :) just a tip ;) good luck!!

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