Ashlyn Krause

2022-07-25

A.) If a goodboy has 5 chicken tendies and eats 3 chicken tendies. How many chicken tendies does the goodboy have left?
B.) If the goodboy has 3 packets of honey mussy and uses two of them eating his delicious chicken tendies, how many packets of honey mussy remain?
Explain your thinking and make final answer in the form of a sentence.

Rihanna Robles

Expert

Step 1
a) The total number of chiken Tendies available with the good boy $=5$
The total number of chiken Tendies Eaten by the good boy $=3$
The total number of chiken Tendies left with the good boy $=\left(\text{Total number of chiken Tendies}\right)-\left(\text{Total number of chiken Tendies eaten by the good boy}\right)$
Chiken Tendies left with the good boy $=5-3=2$
The total number of chiken Tendies left with the good boy $=2$
Step 2
The total number of honey mussy packet available with the good boy $=3$
The total number of honey mussy packets reserved for eating his delicious chiken tendies $=2$
The remaining honey mussy packets with the good boy $=\left(3\right)-\left(2\right)$
The remaining honey mussy packets with the good boy $=1$

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