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Sandy writes (4*30)+(4*2) and says the quotient for 128/4 is 8 is she correct.explain

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    No.

    4 * 30 = 120
    4 * 2 = 8

    128/4 = ?

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    Yes I think she is right because 4×30 eqaul 120 and 4×2 eqaul 8 so 120+8 eqaul 128 so 128 ÷ 4 eqaul 8 so yes I think that Sandy is correct

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