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79 thoughts on “Marshmallows”

  1. there are 38 obviously count them
    you are definitely wrong there are 38 you count them
    there isn’t 50 because it isn’t 5 by 10, and it isn’t 4 by 10 because there are two missing at the top so if it was a “five by ten” it would have 48 but it’s a “4 by 10” so it has 38

  2. There is 38 how I know well in two columns there are ten marshmallows and that equals 20 and in the other two columns there are 9 and 20 plus 9 plus 9 equals 38

  3. There is 38 marshmallows in all. How I know is that if you count by 2s 19 times that means that 19 times 2 equals 38 so that is how I got that answer.

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