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Marie wrote this expression to describe the number of cherries she would give each friend. c ÷ 3 Which situation could be described by this expression? A. Marie does not know how many cherries she has to share. She knows she is sharing her cherries equally with 3 friends. B. Marie does not know how many cherries she has to share. She knows she will give each friend 3 cherries. C. Marie knows she has 3 cherries to share. She does not know how many friends she is sharing her cherries with.

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  1. anonymous
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    D. Marie knows she has 3 cherries to share. She does not know how many cherries each friend will get.

  2. anonymous
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    Please post this in Mathematics.

  3. anonymous
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    whatever I still don't get why people just cant answer, its a stupid question

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