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Anna has 7 peaches and Dana has 9 peaches. Both of them divide their peaches up into meals. Anna divides her 7 peaches into 20 meals of equal size. Dana divides his peaches evenly into meals of 0.36 peaches per meal. Who has larger meals?

 Oct 25, 2019
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Just divide and then compare the two:

 

Anna: 7 / 20 = 0.35 per meal.

Dana already has: 0.36 per meal.

 

So: 0.36 - 0.35 =0.01 - This is how much larger Dana's meal is compared to Anna's meal

 Oct 25, 2019

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