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Boxed Fruit

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50 thoughts on “Boxed Fruit”

    1. Neither. It is 18. One layer is 12. Some hae a second layer. 2*12=24 minus the missing second layer ones (-6)= 24-6= 18

      1. There are only 12 fruit boxes in that cartern, they are placed in up and down manner, there are no two layers or anything like this sort

  1. there are 18 because the ones that are higher are two and there are 6 high ones (6×2 = 12) and then the ones that are lower are 1 and there’s 6 lower ones (6×1 = 6) and (6+12 = 18.) nuff said.

  2. 24 because they’re 12 on the top and 12 on the bottom. It can only hold 24, because the box is small it can only hold double.

  3. 18 fruit cups because there are 6 on top that’s the first layer out of the two and the bottom is 2×6 because there has to be structure to hold the 6 fruit cups on top

  4. My grandson thought it was 12 also but i tried explaining the second layer to him. I also came up with 18

  5. There are 12 because the containers are taller then regular fruit cups. They flip every other one upside down so that they can fit properly in the box.

  6. There are only 12 fruit boxes in that cartern, they are placed in up and down manner, there are no two layers or anything like this sort

  7. There are 18 because on the bottom row there is 12 and on the top row there are six more and 12 and six added equals 18.

  8. The answer is one box and in the one box is 12 fruit cups. I know this because I see and count one box. In the box I see 6 fruit cups standing upright and 6 upside down. Six plus 6 equals 12. So 12 fruit cups.

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