Problem: A “dozen” refers to a collection of 12 items. Working in a grocery store, you are asked to pack small packages, each containing 6 apples, 4 bananas, 3 peaches, and 2 pears. You have access to 30 dozen apples, 18 dozen bananas, 20 dozen peaches, and 12 dozen pears. Which one is in shortage? a. apple b. peach c. banana d. pear e. nothing left, no shortage

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A “dozen” refers to a collection of 12 items. Working in a grocery store, you are asked to pack small packages, each containing 6 apples, 4 bananas, 3 peaches, and 2 pears. You have access to 30 dozen apples, 18 dozen bananas, 20 dozen peaches, and 12 dozen pears. Which one is in shortage?

a. apple

b. peach

c. banana

d. pear

e. nothing left, no shortage

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