Posted by **Sherkyra8456** on Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 7:21pm.

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I have a problem..: Kevin has 5 containers of chocolate. The first container has 110 peices of chocolate, the third container has twice as many peices of chocolate as the second container and the fourth container has half as many peices as the first container. How many peices of chocolate does Kevin have if the fifth container has 60 peices of chocolate and the second has five less than the fifth?[I'm so confused, i need help immediately],Thank you!

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