5th grade math
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A class consist of half as many boys as girls, if there are 14 boys how many girls are there

5th grade math 
Ms. Sue
14 * 2 = ?

5th grade math 
Lyn
Ms. Sue is correct.
All you do is multiply the number of boys by 2 and you have your answer. 
5th grade math 
angelys
There are 37 team and 28 students on each team how many students are there

5th grade math 
sarfo
1team=28students
:.37teams= 37*28=1036
hence there are 1036 students in the school.
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