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anonymous
 3 years ago
Max went to the store and bought 22 apples. He bought twice as many red apples as he did green, and he bought onethird as many yellow as he did red. How many of each type of apple did he buy?
A.
18 red; 8 green; 6 yellow
B.
12 red; 6 green; 4 yellow
C.
10 red; 5 green; 7 yellow
D.
14 red; 7 green; 3 yellow
anonymous
 3 years ago
Max went to the store and bought 22 apples. He bought twice as many red apples as he did green, and he bought onethird as many yellow as he did red. How many of each type of apple did he buy? A. 18 red; 8 green; 6 yellow B. 12 red; 6 green; 4 yellow C. 10 red; 5 green; 7 yellow D. 14 red; 7 green; 3 yellow

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anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0The answer is b. 12 red 6 green 4 yellow because 6 x 2=12 and 4x3 =12

anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0B. You can rule out A and D because they don't add up to 22. And then all you have to do is figure out the math (Look at cdog15) to see that C is wrong as well.
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