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    Which numbers are necessary to solve this problem? Franklin brought 4 jump ropes to the park. Each jump rope can be used by 3 people at a time. Fifteen friends came to the park to jump rope. How many friends could play jump rope if all of Franklin's ropes were being used? A. 4 jump ropes, 3 people B. 3 people, 15 friends C. 4 jump ropes, 15 friends D. 4 jump ropes, 3 people, 15 friends

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    does anyone know this

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    I think it is d because you have 4 jump ropes can be used by 3 people and their is 15 friends.

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