An apple farmer arranges apples in a 5 layered box, the first layer has 8 columns and 12 rows of 1 apple each. The subsequent layer will hav

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An apple farmer arranges apples in a 5 layered box, the first layer has 8 columns and 12 rows of 1 apple each. The subsequent layer will have 1 less of each column and row. How many apples will be in the 4th layer?

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Kinsley 2 weeks 2021-09-14T19:10:24+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-09-14T19:11:39+00:00

    Given:

    An apple farmer arranges apples in a 5 layered box, the first layer has 8 columns and 12 rows of 1 apple each. The subsequent layer will have 1 less of each column and row.  

    To find:

    How many apples will be in the 4th layer?  

    Solution:

    From given, we have,

    An apple farmer arranges apples in a 5 layered box.

    The first layer has 8 columns and 12 rows of 1 apple each.  

    The subsequent layer will have 1 less of each column and row.  

    The second layer has 7 columns and 11 rows of 1 apple each.  

    The third layer has 6 columns and 10 rows of 1 apple each.  

    The fourth layer has 5 columns and 9 rows of 1 apple each. = 5 × 9 = 45 apples as each has 1 apple.

    Therefore, 45 apples will be in the 4th layer.

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    2021-09-14T19:12:12+00:00

    Answer:

    All the three boxes are names incorrectly.

    SO the bax lebeled Apples+Oranges contains only Oranges or Only Apples.

    Pick one fruit from it. If it is Orange then lebel the box as Orange. So the box lebeled Oranges contains Apples and the remaining contains both.

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