How many? How do you know? How did you count?
there are 46 i now that becaus i counnted the
We originally thought 51 because we counted the top row and the side column, for 6 x 9. Then subtracted the 3 missing pieces.
BUT then we counted and got 47. Not all pieces are the same height and width.
We ran into the same issue…
6 x 10 = 60 – 3 = 57
46 i counted
we counted 3 times. it has 47!
The puzzle consists of 50 pieces but there are 3 missing which means there are 47 pieces showing in the puzzle. Also the two end rows have 9 pieces and the four inside rows have 8 pieces, 9+9=18 8×4=32 32+18=50-3=47.
Jacob says 47
47 pieces. I now because I counted the pieces that were there.
I think the answer is 52.
52?? i counted.
There are three pieces missing, I counted.
i’m think its 46
There are 46 because i counted by threes
there are 42 puzzle pieces , because 5 rows of 9 =45-3 pieces missing=42
There are 46 puzzle pieces in total and 3 are missing.
i counted 48 pieces of puzzle
3 pieces of puzzle are missing
45 pieces of puzzle are remaining
23 eggs missing
i counted it by the empty space on the create to know the missing amount of eggs
the numbers that are missing behind the squares are
51 because 9×6=54 but 3 are missing so 54-3= 51.
There are 45 pieces.
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