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juan says, When you put together unequal group, you can only add.

is this correct

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    that doesnt really make any sense

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    If I understand the question correctly . . .

    That would be wrong.

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    when you put together unequal groups,you can only add. is this correct? explain.

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    When you put together unequal groups you can only add. Is this correct? Explain Please.

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    juan says when you put together unequal groups you can only add.is he correct?explain.

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    yes it is correct, because when you have equal groups you can multiply, but when the groups are unequal you must add.

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    Yes, because multiplication needs to have equal groups.
    Cheer!

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    Yes, because only equal groups can be multiplied

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    yes

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    you can add

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    yes I think. I don't understand

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    Well I'm not sure but I would maybe say yes

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    YES, Juan is correct! Only equal groups can be multiplied.

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    yes he is correct because when you have eqeal groups you can multiply

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    When you put together unequal groupd, you can only add. Explain

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    Yes because you don't have equal number of groups.

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    He is correct because if one of the groups are differentthe only operation you can use is addition.

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    He is correct because if one of the groups are different the only operation you can use is addition.

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    Yes because when you have equal groups you can multiple. When you have unequal you my must add.

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    I say YES because everybody else is saying yes! XD.Hope everyone else gets a answer!

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    yes beacuse you can only add equal groups and not odd groups.

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    Itistt correct because you can only add.

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    I was attempting to help my daughter with homework and this question really isn't clear. It should specify between adding and multiplying only. Then the answer would be yes.

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    Juan says,"When you put together unequal groups,you can only add."...

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    if the groups are unequal, you have to add.

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    Juan says when you put together unequal groups you can only add is he correct

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    yes

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    When you multiply unequal groups the answer is different than when you add unequal groups.

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    Yes because when multiplying, each group needs to have equal groups.

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    yes because the number only comes up oce and with mutiply you need to have it equal

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    Yes,Juan is correct because only equal groups can be multiplyed

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    I am a mom who is 42 years old and I cannot figure out a correct answer to this question?!

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    yes this is true!

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