# math

veggie patties are sold in packages of 5. burn are sold in packages of 8. you need about 125 veggie burgers for a school Barbecue. you do not want any patties or burn left over. how many packages of each should you buy?

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1. common denominator(5,8,125)
125=15 pak of buns, =25 pks (UGH veggie patties) This sounds like a school bbq, and the kids are grossed out. Need to serve squash with it.

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bobpursley
2. I don't know is it 5 patties divided by 125 is 25 so 25 buns. 5 patties times 25 buns are 125 burgers?

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3. WAIT A DANM MINUTE-

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4. sponge bob times three veggie burguere aa edokfrpigrjgh

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5. Veggie patties are sold in packages of 5.
Buns are sold in packages of 8.
You need about 125 veggie burgers for a school barbecue.
You do not want any patties or buns left over.
How many packages of each should you buy?
What strategy did you use to find out?

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6. i say you divide it first then multiply like this:
divide 5 with 120 and that gives you 24 then multiply 24 with 5 which is i think is 120 then you have your answer. Then you should say: You should buy 24 packages and what strategy i used was by dividing first then i multiplied after.

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7. 125 divide by 5 is 25

buns sold in packages of eight

how many burgers will eight buns make answer eight

you know what i do not care anymore peace out

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8. I FOUND TEH AWNSER ME SMART OK HERE IT GOEZ hint u have to find the factors or whatever it called :)

pattie buns
5 8
10 16
15 24
20 40 answer is 4 packages of buns and 8 packages of
25 patties.
30
35
40

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9. the common factor was 40 so you need to count until u get the equal factor and count how much numbers it took to make 40

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10. wait a minuite ooooooooh you have to go up until 125 oooooh

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11. Y’all ain’t even speaking right

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