How can Preena share 11 identical apples among 30 of her classmates evenly so that no apple is sliced into more than 10 pieces?

How can Preena share 11 identical apples among 30 of her classmates evenly so that no apple is sliced into more than 10 pieces?

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  1. if you split 7 apples into 2 pieces each then you’ll have 14 slices. You need 30 though which means you need 16 more. so you split 4 into 4 pieces. and the number of apples we used is 7 and 4 which make up 11.

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  2. Answer:

    Step-by-step explanation:

    you can divide 11/30 and get 0.37

    0.37%/ 100*11 =

    Multiply:

    0.37*11 =

    add the 100 to the product you multiplied and divide them together:

    4.07/100=

    your quotient:

    0.0407

    round by 2 decimals:

    0.04

    your final answer is :

    0.04

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