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diego1029
 one year ago
gies can be used to solve this problem?
Rosa organized a game day at her house. She plans to have 2 groups of 5 people play charades, and 3 groups of 4 people play board games. What is the greatest number of people who could be at Rosa's game day?
A.Draw a diagram.
Draw 2 squares and 5 circles. Then draw 3 squares and 4 circles. Add the total number of squares and circles.
B.Use logical reasoning.
Think that finding 2 groups of 5 is the same as 2 × 5 = 10 and that 3 groups of 4 is the same as 3 × 4 = 12. Then add 10 + 12.
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diego1029
 one year ago
gies can be used to solve this problem? Rosa organized a game day at her house. She plans to have 2 groups of 5 people play charades, and 3 groups of 4 people play board games. What is the greatest number of people who could be at Rosa's game day? A.Draw a diagram. Draw 2 squares and 5 circles. Then draw 3 squares and 4 circles. Add the total number of squares and circles. B.Use logical reasoning. Think that finding 2 groups of 5 is the same as 2 × 5 = 10 and that 3 groups of 4 is the same as 3 × 4 = 12. Then add 10 + 12. C.Mod

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