Posted by **sally** on Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at 9:57pm.

Students are baking muffins to sell to raise money. They bake muffins in trays of 24 muffins each. They want to divide the muffins on each tray into equal packets. Which packet size would result in muffins from each tray being left over?

A.3 muffins per packet

B.6 muffins per packet

C.8 muffins per packet

D.9 muffins per packet

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