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posted by Sam .
There are 11 players on a soccer team. A basket ball team has 5 players. How many more players are in the soccer team.
can u explain me this question

Total # of Soccer player = 11
Total # of basketball player = 5
115 = 6 
11  5 = 6
A soccer team has 6 more players than a basketball team. 
What is 11  6, Alex ?
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