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Can you divide 14 shirts into 2 equal groups?Why or why not?

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    yes,beacause 7*2=14.

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    yes you can. You have to take your 14 shirts and divide them by 2 groups. 14/2=

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    Any even number can be divided by half. 14 is an even number.

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    Could you divide 14 shirts into equal groups

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    yes

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    Yes because if you just multipli it backwards you will have your answer

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    yes because 7*2=14 and any even number can be divide them by 2 groups and another math sentence I have is 14/2=7

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    Yes

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    Yes

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    Yes

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    Yes

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    yes

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    Yes,becuse 14*2=7

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    You go Jamaica!!!

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    What is 111444566 put into 5 bowl

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    Hey i was wondering if someone can tell me what 12times13 is

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    yes because even thow u

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    Yes you can but I won't tell you the answer

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    Yes

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    Yes you can divide 14 shirts into 2 equal groups. Each group will have 7 shirts.

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