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24 October, 23:06

I don't quite get this.

Jan has 35 teaspoons of chocolate cocoa mix and 45 teaspoons of french vanilla cocoa mix. She wants to put the same amount of mix into each jar. She want to fill as many as jars as possible. How many jars of french vanilla cocoa mix will Jan fill?

Should I use Distributive Property? If not then what do I use and how?

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  1. 25 October, 00:02
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    I think you have to divide them both
  2. 25 October, 00:56
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    Psh, I dont even get this a bit ...

    but imma do what I usually do and go with my instinct ...

    35 teaspoons of chocolate cocoa mix

    45 teaspoons of french vanilla cocoa mix

    (some excess way of finding it out aka my way : p)

    35 x 1 = 35

    35 x 2 = 70

    35 x 3 = 105

    35 x 4 = 140

    35 x 5 = 175

    35 x 6 = 210

    35 x 7 = 245

    35 x 8 = 280

    35 x 9 = 315 <=

    35 x 10 = 350

    45 x 1 = 45

    45 x 2 = 90

    45 x 3 = 135

    45 x 4 = 180

    45 x 5 = 225

    45 x 6 = 270

    45 x 7 = 315 <=

    45 x 8 = 360

    45 x 9 = 405

    45 x 10 = 450

    As you can see, 315 is the first to go into them both!

    35 x 9 = 315

    45 x 7 = 315

    therefore ...

    you add 9 teaspoons of chocolate cocoa mix and 7 teaspoons of french vanilla cocoa mix to get the same amount of mix into each jar ...
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