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27 November, 22:04

Mary is going to the store to get some ice cream for her party. Her mom gave her $23 to spend. She wants to get a combination of ice cream sandwiches at $4 per box and gallons of Breyers for $5.

If she buys 2 boxes of sandwiches, how many gallons of Breyers can she buy? The answer should indicate the step where variables are defined, the equation used to solve, and the final answer.

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  1. 27 November, 23:08
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    4 times 2 boxes = 8$

    23 - 8 = 15$

    5 x n = 15

    15 divided by 5 = 3

    3=n
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