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Ans is A

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4% a (a option)

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The correct answer is A. Even my father helped me with this question and the answer was 10 cans

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The correct answer is A because 2 blocks can handle 10 cans, so 1 block will handle 10 cans. The question is that how many cans will it handle with 4 balls. So 1 block can handle 2 balls, so 4 balls = 10 cans

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A is the answer.Explain how it is B

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worse chibbi

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Option A 10 cans

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Explain the question

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Option (A). Count the number of triangles-which are 2/4 shaded which is 1/2.

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