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12 January, 21:27

Fifty trees grow in a forest. Workers cut down 23 of the trees. Then they plant 38 new ones. After all the cutting and planting, how many trees are now growing in the forest? Press enter to interact with the item, and press tab button or down arrow until reaching the Submit button once the item is selected A65 trees B88 trees C35 trees D61 trees

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  1. 12 January, 22:16
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    Option A. 65 trees

    Step-by-step explanation:

    From the question given:

    50 trees was in the forest. Then 23 of them were cut down.

    The remaining trees = 50 - 23 = 27 trees.

    Now 38 new trees were plant.

    Total trees after cutting and planting = 27 + 38 = 65 trees
  2. 12 January, 22:58
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    before cutting = 50-23=27 which is the remaining trees + 38 new in the forest = 65=A

    answer : A65trees
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