If John had 6 apples and Nicole had twice as many, how many apples did the two have in total?

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John (6)

Nicole(2x6) = (12)

Together: (18)

So...6+12=18      Hope this helps!
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John has 6 apples. Nicole has twice as many, so 6 x 2= 12.

To find the total, add the two together (12 plus 6=18) so your answer is 18 apples. ;)

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6*2=12

12+6=18
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