Math 156

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Yesterday 12 students brought their lunches from home. 7 of the students had peanut butter sandwiches and 5 of the students had 5 apples. Did 7+5=12 students have peanut butter sandwiches or apples in their lunches? Why or Why not?

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    Is it possible that some who brought sandwiches also brought apples?

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