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Marlon has 4 cards, Jake has 4 cards, and Sam has 3 cards. Can you write a multiplication sentence to find how many cards they have in all? Explain

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    Marlon has 4 cards, Jake has 4 cards, and Sam has 3 cards. Can you write a multiplication sentence to find how many cards they have in all? Explain

    in general 4+4+3=11
    In multiplication sentence=(3*3)+2=11 OR (3*4)-1
    BUT I AM NOT 100% SURE

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    add 544 and 129 twice

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    What?

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    4x2x3
    i think im not a math wiz

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    8 packs of baseball cards 3 fewer packs of hockey cards than football cards 17 packs in all

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    4+4+3=11 so it has to be number
    sentence related to or to = 11 for e.g 11+1=11 so it has to = 11 I would never think of something so smart like that my dad helped me laugh out loud but t is as true a a baboons butt i hoped i helped bye!

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    (4 times two )plus (three times one)

    4 plus four plus three.

    Eight plus three.

    Eleven.

    Hope this helped!


    AND I AM COMPLETLY SURE😄😃😀

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    I think these generation schools are driving our kids nuts!

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    Both Marlon and Jake have 4 cards. (2x4)
    Sam is by himself with only 3 cards.(1x3)
    Multiplication sentence is (2x4)+(1x3)=
    8 + 3 = 11
    Does this make sense? This the only way to get 11. By the way common core sucks!!!

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    Math

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    4+4+3=11
    2x5+1=11

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