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Mr. Chen goes to the post office to buy small and large boxes. The post office has 10 small boxes and 9 large boxes in stock. He needs at least 4 boxes in each size. Mr. Chen will buy 15 boxes at most. Mr. Chen buys 9 small boxes. How many large boxes could he buy? Choose all answers that are correct. A.3 B. 4 C. 5 D. 6 E.7
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anonymous
  • anonymous
total no. of maxi. boxes he can buy 15
anonymous
  • anonymous
min. he has to buy 4 small boxes
anonymous
  • anonymous
and same for large boxes 4 but he already bought 9 small boxes so remaining 15-9 boxes he can buy large boxes

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anonymous
  • anonymous
that means min 4 to max 6 boxes
freemap
  • freemap
ok so B,C,D
anonymous
  • anonymous
yup
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Thanks

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