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Math:Kimberly took her 6 nieces and nephews to a hockey game. She wants to buy them snacks. How much can she spend on snacks for each child if Kimberly wants to spend less than $33 in total

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asked 2020-11-10
Math:Kimberly took her 6 nieces and nephews to a hockey game. She wants to buy them snacks. How much can she spend on snacks for each child if Kimberly wants to spend less than $33 in total

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2020-11-11
There are 66 children and in all 33 dollars. So, she can spend at most \(\displaystyle{d}{\frac{{{33}}}{{{6}}}}={d}{\frac{{{11}}}{{{2}}}}={5.5}\) dollars on each child. Thus, the answer is $ 5.50, or if it must be an integer $ 55.
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