An orchard

During a visit to an orchard, Greg picked 3/5 of a bag of delicious golden apples, 4/5 of a bag of Macintosh apples, 2/5 of a bag of Cortland apples, 1/5 of a bag of Bartlett pears, and 4/5 of a bag of Bosch pears. How many bags of fruit to Greg pick in total?

Correct answer:

n =  14/5 = 2 45

Step-by-step explanation:

a=53+54+52=53+4+2=59=154=1.8 p=51+54=51+4=55=1  n=a+p=59+p=1.8+1=514=254=2.8

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