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anonymous
 one year ago
Which answer describes the calculations that could be used to solve this problem?
Thomas bought a case of 6 apple juice bottles and one 3liter bottle of orange juice. Each apple juice bottle contains 2 liters of juice. How many liters of apple and orange juice did Thomas buy?
A.
Multiply 6 × 2. Then add 3 to the product.
B.
Multiply 6 × 3. Then add 2 to the product.
C.
Add 6 + 3. Then multiply the sum by 2.
D.
Add 6 + 2. Then multiply the sum by 3.
anonymous
 one year ago
Which answer describes the calculations that could be used to solve this problem? Thomas bought a case of 6 apple juice bottles and one 3liter bottle of orange juice. Each apple juice bottle contains 2 liters of juice. How many liters of apple and orange juice did Thomas buy? A. Multiply 6 × 2. Then add 3 to the product. B. Multiply 6 × 3. Then add 2 to the product. C. Add 6 + 3. Then multiply the sum by 2. D. Add 6 + 2. Then multiply the sum by 3.

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0how would you find out how many liters are in the apple juice all together?

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0when you have that answer add the orange juice
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