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Suzanne bought 50 apples at the apple orchard.she bought 4 times as many red apples as green apples.how many more red apples than green apples did Suzanne buy?

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  1. greens ---- x
    reds ------ 4x

    x + 4x = 50

    take over.

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  2. =>x+4x=50
    =>5x=50
    =>x=50/5
    =>x=10 ans

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  3. The answer to the problem is: 30

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  4. I got 40 for this answer.

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  5. It is 30.
    40-10

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  6. I got 30 for an answer

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  7. Gyp

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  8. Do your own homework

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