
Who ate the cookies?
Problem #73
Deadline to submit the solution: Jun 30th,
2002
There were 15 brownies on two plates. When 3 brownies were taken
away from the first plate, there were 7 brownies left on it.
Q1. How many brownies were on the second
plate?
Solutions:


Changdae from Korea
Grade: 2 Age: 6 School:
Solution:
Q1: The answer is 5 brownies
Frist I figured out that when there were 7 brownies left in the first
plate, and 3 were taken, i added and got the result of 10. And it
said that the total of 2 plates were 15. So i subtracted 1510 and
got 5
About me: I like ice cream and chocolate and i like dogs...

Mayra from mexico
Grade: 2 Age: 8 School:
Solution:
Q1: 5 brownies
About me:

Kylie from United States
Grade: 6 Age: 11 School:
Solution:
Q1: 5
There were 15 cookies. 3 were taken away which left 7 on that plate.
Before the cookies were taken away there were 10, so there had to
be 5 on the other plate.
About me: I am in a ballet dance company.

Kristoff from usa
Grade: 1 Age: 6 School:
Solution:
Q1: 5
I added 7 and 3 is ten i took the 10 away from 15 to get five
About me: I know how to add

Alex from USA
Grade: 5 Age: 10 School:
Solution:
Q1: 5
7+3=10, they said 3 brownies were taken away, whitch left 7 and if
you add those to gether they make 10.Now if there where ten brownies
on one plate in order to make 15 there had to be 5 brownies onthe
other plate
About me: I'm homeschooled

Billy from us
Grade: 3 Age: 09 School:
Solution:
Q1: 5
15 brownies 7+3=10+5=15
About me: I'm a genius

DEVIN from UNITED STATES
Grade: 2 Age: 7 School:
Solution:
Q1: 5

Katie from USA
Grade: 1 Age: 7 School:

Samir from canada
Grade: 3 Age: 8 School:

Unknown from ?
Grade: Age: School:

Royce from USA
Grade: 1st Age: 6 3/4 School:

Princess from Canada
Grade: 1 Age: 5 School:

Jessica from Ciffside Park
Grade: kindr Age: 5 School: 

