Posted by **daniel's mom** on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at 8:36pm.

Sam is making muffins. One bath is blueberry and one batch is bananna. The third bath is twice as big as the blueberry and bananna batch.

If Sam made 96 muffins, how many muffins were in the blueberry and banana batches?

I came up with 32

can someone please show me how to set this up so i cN explain it to my son

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**Helpfull hope**, Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at 8:47pm
the banana and blueberry are both 24 the 3rd batch is 48 because its twice the amout of both u divide 96 by two then divde 48 by two hope i was helpfull

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**wanda**, Monday, March 5, 2012 at 9:59pm
48 muffins in the third batch because it was x2. So you actually divide 96 by 4=24 in each batch. so if the banana=24,blueberry=24, 3rd batch =48 then you have a total of 96

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