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Monica has eleven children and eleven apples. She wants to divide equal pieces of apples so that Apple is still left out.

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    how many apples left out? If it is one, then 10 apples for 11 kids.

    simple: give the first 10 kids an apple each. Put the 11th apple in a bowl, with the last kid holding it.

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