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Lola is placing appetizers on plates. she has 63 spring rolls and 84 cheese cubes. she wants to include both appetizers on each plate. Each plate must have the same numbers of spring rolls and cheese cubes. what is the greatest number of plates she can make using all of the appetizers? how many of each type of appetizer will be on each of the plates? please help answer. thanks

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asked by STEFIE
  1. I'll be glad to check your answer.

  2. is it 21 plates for the greatest amount of plates. can you just help with how many of each appetizer on each plate?

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    posted by STEFIE
  3. 63/21 = 3 rolls
    84/21 = 4 cubes

  4. Help

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    posted by kim
  5. 63

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    posted by Josh
  6. Who are you guys

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    posted by Coolkid
  7. You all smell good :D

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  8. Lola needs 3 cubes and 4 rolls for on each appetizer plate.

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    posted by SomeKid
  9. Hi UI

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  10. U tell me

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  11. She has 58 apple slices and 84 cheese cubes she wants to include both appetizers on each plate. Each plate must have the same numbers of apple slices and cheese cubes. What is the greatest number of plate she can make using all of the appetizers? How many of each type of appetizer will be on each of these plates

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    posted by Tiona
  12. I don't if this is right but is it 21 plates with rolls and 23 plates with cubes?

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    posted by Kim
  13. 21 plates 3 rolls 4 cubes

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  14. yeah i smell good

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  16. Thanks

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  17. Hey

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  18. 63/21=3 84/21=4

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    posted by Kiera

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