# Math

SAME THING AS FIRST ONE
Mr Russo has 2856 raffle tickets that he will distribute evenly to some of his neighbors. he wants to give the tickets to at least 3 neighbors but no more than 10 neighbors. to how many neighbors can he give raffle tickets so there are none left over? how many tickets will each neighbor get?

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1. i got 3 because he can give 952 to the 3. 2856/3 gets 952

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posted by Bro
2. is that right???????????????

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3. What about sharing the wealth farther and give them to 6 neighbors?

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