3rd grade math

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jake has an even number of counters. carlos has an odd number of counters. how many more counters do they need to divide the combined total into an even number of groups?

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    Help me on that question people!!!

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    Jeff rodé his bike around a bike trail that was 1/3 of a mile long.He rode around the trail 9 times.Write a fraction greater than 1 for the distance.How many miles did Jeff ride?

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