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## –> The managers want to know how many boxes of 12 cookies can be filled with the 3,258 cookies that have been baked. Fatima

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–> The managers want to know how many boxes of 12 cookies can

be filled with the 3,258 cookies that have been baked. Fatima

starts by subtracting the largest number of boxes she can easily

calculate. She knows that 100 boxes of 12 cookies can be put into

one crate. How many crates can be filled from the total of 3,258

cookies?

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Answer:271 boxes

Step-by-step explanation:Answer:3 crates are required for 3258 cookiesStep-by-step explanation:since the boxes can have 12 cookies eachnumber of boxes = number of cookies / number of cookies per boxnumber of boxes = 3,258 cookies / 12 cookies/box = 271.5 boxes = 272 boxes (271 completely filled and one halfway filled)since each crate can hold 100 boxesnumber of crates = number of boxes / number of boxes per cratenumber of crates = 272 boxes/ 100 boxes/crate = 2,72 crates = 3 crates (2 completely filled and one 72% filled)therefore the number of required crates for 3258 cookies is 3Step-by-step explanation:hope i helped you