anonymous
  • anonymous
Mark ordered 6 boxes of baseballs that each contained 12 baseballs. Then he bought 7 more baseballs. Finally, he returned 3 baseballs because the seams were split. How would you calculate the total number of baseballs Mark has now? A. (6 × 12) - 7 - 3 B. (6 × 12) + 7 - 3 C. 6 + 12 + 7 - 3 D. 6 + 12 - 7 - 3
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
B. Obviously, there is no way to explain it haha.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Garrett had 60 marbles. He sold 2 bags of his marbles that each contained 12 marbles. How would you calculate the number of marbles Garrett has left? A. (12 + 2) - 60 B. 60 - (12 x 2) C. (12 x 2) - 60 D. 60 - (12 + 2)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
If you had 60 marbles then 2 bags of 12, you would be returning 24 marbles. The equation would look like this: 60-(12 x 2)
anonymous
  • anonymous
So B.

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