Sara has 2 candy bars and she wants to split them equally between a amount of kids how many kids can sara split her candy bars between

Guest Oct 24, 2017

As she can split her candy bars into any fraction, she can technically share them with infinite kids.


*NOTE: Don't say infinity. infinity isn't a number. I think of it as a concept - always bigger than the biggest number calculable or memorable or storable in any way, shape, or form.

helperid1839321  Oct 24, 2017

If Sara splits it between 1 kid, that kid gets 2 candy bars.

If Sara splits it between 5 kids, they each get \(2\over5\) candy bars.

If Sara splits it between 999999999999999999999999999 kids, they still each get \(2\over999999999999999999999999999\) candy bars each.


Final answer? A lot.

Mathhemathh  Oct 24, 2017
edited by Mathhemathh  Oct 24, 2017

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