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There are 7 boxes. Each box contains five red apples and 4 green apples. How many are there? Provide two different representations for this scenario with two number sentences( expressions).?

Jul 15, 2023

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Anonymous

Jul 17, 2023

**Representation 1:**

Let's represent the number of boxes as "b."

The total number of red apples in all the boxes can be represented as 7 boxes multiplied by 5 red apples per box, which gives us the expression: 7 * 5 = 35.

The total number of green apples in all the boxes can be represented as 7 boxes multiplied by 4 green apples per box, which gives us the expression: 7 * 4 = 28.

To find the total number of apples, we can add the total number of red apples and the total number of green apples: 35 + 28 = 63.

Therefore, there are a total of 63 apples in all the boxes.

**Representation 2:**

Alternatively, we can represent the number of boxes as "b" and the number of red apples per box as "r," and the number of green apples per box as "g."

The total number of red apples in all the boxes can be represented as b * r, which gives us the expression: 7 * 5 = 35.

The total number of green apples in all the boxes can be represented as b * g, which gives us the expression: 7 * 4 = 28.

Again, to find the total number of apples, we can add the total number of red apples and the total number of green apples: 35 + 28 = 63.

So, using these two representations, we can conclude that there are a total of 63 apples in all the boxes.