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If I had 6 biscuits, ate 1, than shared half of what's left with a friend, how many biscuits would I have?

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2 1/2

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howed yo get dat
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Dude how do you not get that. 6-1 is 5. Half of five is 2 1/2. Simple math dude I did it all in my head! XD
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no 6-1=5 -1/2=4 1/2
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He didn't say shared half of one biscuit...he said shared half OF WHAT'S LEFT! 6-1=5 biscuits...then half of those REMAINING biscuits
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Yeah it's scary how people can't figure out these easy word problems.......
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I agree with thehicktownman or whatever his name is lol
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Than you can't do math
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4 1/2

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You didn't really think about that did you?
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Wtf?
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6-1=5-1/2=4 1/2
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No that's completely wrong....
He has 6 biscuits and eats 1.... Than he shares the REST. 6-1 is 5 and half of 5 is 2 1/2 biscuits so he has 2 1/2 left..... And I thought I was bad at math -,-
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get with the program . this question is OLD
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You shouldn't be talking cuz you completely failed this question
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wow your really stupid..what grade are in???
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So the guy has 6 biscuits, eats 1 and he's left with 5. He shares half of the remains. So what's half of 5? Not 4 1/2...
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get with the program that was so long ago. read the question wrong
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That's all you had to say is sorry I read the question wrong. But no you carried on about it. So you get your program together and learn how to do math.
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2.50 that how much biscuits you have.

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nadlydan
Right on!
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you would have 1 because u only ate one

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facepalm x2
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nadlydan
No. You would have two and a half.
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2 1/2

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2 1/2

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4 1/2

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How could you possibly have 4 1/2 left over? Use a calculator doof
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Didn't think...
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nadlydan
No. TWO and a half!
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Shut up teamron, apparently u don't know how to do math DOOF!! u do 6-1=5 and take away half a cookie FROM THE FIVE and u get 4 1/2. It's called "calculating" moron..
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your soooo stupid!!!
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2 and a half pieces

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2 1/2

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Two and a half.

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4 1/2

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nadlydan
No. TWO and a half.
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gosh its a simple math equation..go back to 1st grade doofus
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2 and a half

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3 1/2

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nadlydan
No. TWO and a half.
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dude are you for reals? what is 1/2 of 5? 6-1=5, 5/2=2.5

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Srsly!!! What are these other peoples thinking?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
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nadlydan
Well...
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Why would u even ask that?

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theere are such things as calculators

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nadlydan
Noooooooooooooo waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!
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2 and a half.

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2 and a half!

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2 1/2

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