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Apples Giveaway

 

Jenny got 15 apples from her mother. She gave 6 apples to her brother Harry. Then, her friend Rene also wanted to have apples, so Jenny gave some apples to her too. Finally when Jenny counted the remaining apples, there were only 5 apples left.

How many apples did Jenny give to Rene?

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kk from United States
School: Natban Adams
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Your answer: 4
Explanation: I that  it was 4 because jenny had 15  and she gave her brother 6 and  there was 5 left.  15-6=9.  9-5 that were left = 4.
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Ching Wun from Hongkong
School: Munsang College
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Your answer: Jenny gave Rene 4 apples.
Explanation: Jenny's mother gave Jenny 15 apples but Harry got 6 apple from Jenny.Jenny had 9 apples left,so Rene got 4 apples and Jenny had 5 apples left.

mar from Australia
School: heps
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Your answer: 4 apples
Explanation: 15-6=9 9-5=4
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Anonymous from Somewhere
School: Some School
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Your answer: 9
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Leah & Reese from United States
School: West Boulevard
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Your answer: Jenny gave Renee 4 apples.
Explanation: Jenny started with 15 apples, so we drew 15 circles to represent that number. Then, we took 6 apples away. Then, we circled 5 of the circles to represent the 5 apples she gave away to Renee. 4 apples were left.
About Me:     We are 2nd grade students at West Boulevard Elementary School. We like to sing and draw. Math and gym are our favorite subjects.

Anonymous from Somewhere
School: Some School
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Your answer: 4
Explanation: She gave Harry 6 apples so 15 - 6 = 9, then she ended up with  5 apples so that gives you 9-?=5, and that is 4

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