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Walnut cakes

Date Posted: 5 months ago
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강미경
5 months ago
I think it's something like (k+2÷3) boxes
(Sorry if I'm wrong)
J
J
5 months ago
total number of cakes = k + 2

Number of boxes
= Total number of cakes ÷ 3
= (k + 2) ÷ 3
= (k + 2)/3

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It works the same way as normal numbers (if Mrs Tan packs 27 walnut cakes into boxes of 3, there will be 27/3 = 9 boxes altogether).