Friday
October 24, 2014

Homework Help: Math

Posted by fko on Sunday, December 13, 2009 at 12:30pm.

There is a bowl of fruit on the table. There are twice as many apples as pears and one more orange than apples. Eight pieces are either oranges or bananas. There are 3 bananas. How many pears are there in the bowl?


Thanks

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

Math Mania - A fruit stand carries apples, oranges, lemons, and pears. There are...
math - A fruit stand has 28 apples, 20 oranges, and 12 pears. What is the ratio...
math - word problem - 2/3 of the pieces of Fruit in Lurene's basket are oranges...
math - a crate contains apples, pears, and oranges.There are 184 apples and ...
Math - Fractions - 2/3 of the pieces of Fruit in Lurene's basket are oranges. Of...
math - jasmine bought 26 pieces of fruit.she bought 6 oranges.she bought twice ...
math/ratio - apples,oranges and pears are packed into a basket in the ratio 3:5:...
math - three boxes are in a room. You know that one contains apples, one ...
math - 3 boxes are in a room. You know that one contains apples, one contains ...
math - Alex bought twice as many pears as apples. He bought 4 more pears than ...

Search
Members