Math
posted by Shakita .
There are 6 containers each holding 2,750 boxes. You have 11 people to unload all 6 containers. How many boxes will each person have to unload, on average, to empty the containers?

Math 
Ms. Sue
First, multiply to find the total number of boxes.
6 * 2,750 = ??
Then divide that product by 11 to find the number of boxes each person will unload, 
Math 
Shakita
458.3

Math 
Ms. Sue
Please try again. I get over 3 times the number you found. It is also a whole number  with no decimal places.
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