anonymous
  • anonymous
Which answer describes the simpler problems that could be used to solve this story problem? Ariel is putting together lunch bags for 12 students going on a field trip. She put 5 apple slices and 6 orange slices into each bag. How many apple slices and orange slices does Ariel need? A. Calculate how many pieces of fruit go into each bag. Add this to the number of students going on the trip. B. Calculate how many pieces of fruit go into each bag. Multiply this by the number of students going on the trip. C.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
:Sorry C. and D. didnt fit so i have to type it in the chat boxs ok: thxs
anonymous
  • anonymous
C.Calculate how many pieces of apple go into each bag. Multiply this by the number of students going on the trip.
anonymous
  • anonymous
D.Calculate how many pieces of fruit go into each bag. Divide this by the number of students going on the trip.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
there tat is C. And D.

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