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Which answer describes the calculations that could be used to solve this problem? Thomas bought a case of 6 apple juice bottles and one 3-liter 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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  1. anonymous
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    how would you find out how many liters are in the apple juice all together?

  2. anonymous
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    when you have that answer add the orange juice

  3. anonymous
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    A

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yup

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