cdillinger2002
Aug 24, 2017

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The wording of the question is a little confusing, but I think you mean how many whole cookies each friend gets.

To find out how many cookies each friend gets, just divide the whole amount by the number of friends. The answer is 13.875. However, you can't have 13.875 cookies, so you need to see how many whole cookies there are for each person. 13 cookies.

ISmellGood
Aug 24, 2017

#1**+1 **

Best Answer

The wording of the question is a little confusing, but I think you mean how many whole cookies each friend gets.

To find out how many cookies each friend gets, just divide the whole amount by the number of friends. The answer is 13.875. However, you can't have 13.875 cookies, so you need to see how many whole cookies there are for each person. 13 cookies.

ISmellGood
Aug 24, 2017