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An Orchard made 14,757 lb of taffy apples with approximately 1 lb of taffy mixture for each 67.1 pounds of apples. To the nearest tenth of a pound. how many pounds of apples and how many pounds of taffy were used

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  1. 14,757 / 67.1 = pounds of apples

    I'm sure you can solve this problem from here.

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  2. Thank you Ms. Sue

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  3. You're welcome, Sarah.

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