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CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME WITH ASSISTENCE ON THE PREVIOUS PROBLEMS....OR SHOW ME HOW OR WHAT FORMULA TO USE.....ANYTHING IS HELPFU.

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  1. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. In the future, please do NOT use capital letters. They are much harder to read and it is considered "shouting" when you do that.

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  2. Uncle meow has 2 cakes . the number of cakes is 20 . kina has 2 times as many cakes as uncle meow. How many cakes dose kina have ?

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  3. Uncle meow has 2 cakes . the number of cakes is 20 . kina has 2 times as many cakes as uncle meow. How many cakes dose kina have? 20x2=40

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