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There are 48 apple slice in the fruit salad that Ben's dad prepared for dinner. The slices were cut from apples that were sliced into 7 pieces each. That means that there were 48/7 apples used. How many apples were used in the salad? Express the answer as a mixed numbers.

7×6=42
7×7=49
so there are 6 and (4842)=6/7 apples,
or 6 6/7 apples.
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