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There are 16 people at a party. They want to set up relay teams with exactly 3 people each. Can they do it? Explain.

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    16 divided by 3 = 5 with 1 left over.

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    Not if everyone is included.(:
    Why? Try it yourself.

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    No, because 3x_ can NEVER equal to 16 so 16 divided by 3 has no answer. There will be one left out.

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    Explain it there are 16 people at a party .they want to set up really teams with exactly 3 people each .will each Pearson be on a team ? Explain

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