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Posted by JAY on Wednesday, April 3, 2013 at 8:50pm.

CHAD BUYS PEANUTS IN 2-POUND BAGS. HE REPACKAGES THEM INTO BAGS THAT HOLD 5/6 POUNDS OF PEANUTS. HOW MANY 2-POUND BAGS OF PENUTS SHOULD CHAD BUY SO THAT HE CAN FILL THE 5/6 POUND BAGS WITHOUT HAVING ANY PEANUTS LEFT OVER?

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