Matt has a 5lb bag of apples to make a pie he needs to use 3/5 of the bad how many pounds of apples we use for the pie explain what a model

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Matt has a 5lb bag of apples to make a pie he needs to use 3/5 of the bad how many pounds of apples we use for the pie explain what a model for this problem might look like

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Gianna 14 mins 2021-10-13T02:36:26+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    Answer:

    Pounds of apple to be used for a pie = 3 lb

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Given the bag contains apples weighting  = 5 lb

    To make a pie \frac{3}{5} of the apples in the bag is used.

    To find the pounds of apples to be used to make a pie we will have to find the  \frac{3}{5}th part of 5 lb of apples.

    In order to do that we multiply the fraction to the total weight of apples.

    Pounds of apple to be used to make a pie

    \frac{3}{5}\ of\ total\ pounds\ of\ apple

    \frac{3}{5}\times 5

    3

    ∴ Pounds of apple to be used for a pie = 3 lb

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