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25 June, 20:03

Jeremy bought 5.6 pounds of chocolate. Jeremy's friend Susan bought twice as much chocolate as he did. How much more chocolate did Susan have than Jeremy?

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  1. 25 June, 21:45
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    Well if Jeremy bought 5.6 pounds then that means that Susan bought 11.2 pounds. So simply subtracting 5.6 from 11.2 will give you your answer which is 5.6. Personally I think they need to cut back on the chocolate that's a bit much
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