3rd grade
posted by Elijah .
Can you divide 14 shirts into 2 equal groups?Why or why not?

yes,beacause 7*2=14.

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

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

Could you divide 14 shirts into equal groups

yes

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

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

Yes

Yes

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Yes,becuse 14*2=7

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What is 111444566 put into 5 bowl

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

yes because even thow u

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

Yes

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