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Peter Piper didn't pick any pecks of pickled peppers becausepickled peppers aren't pickled when they are picked. So Peter Piperpicked zero pecks of pickled peppers. However a…ssuming that he was able to pick at least one peck ofpickled peppers (it never said he got them from a garden) it wouldbe determined by the formula: (p)(t) where p is the number of pecksof pickled peppers pickable in a period of time (an hour) and t isthe time that he spent picking the perfect pickled peppers thatpeter piper picked. let us, for arguments sake, assume that hepicks 2 pecks of pickled peppers in an hour. let us also assumethat he spent 5 hours picking his perfect pickled peppers.therefore by these calculations, he pick 10 pecks of pickledpeppers but it could vary depending on the skill of peter piper atpicking pickled peppers. and so peter piper picked at least 10pecks of pickled peppers.
Answer . Peter Piper picked "a" peck of pickled peppers, therefore Peter Piper picked one peck of pickled peppers.. Answer . Peter Piper did not pick any pickled pepper…s. You have to pick the peppers, then pickle them.. Answer . Peter Piper purchased a peck of pickeled peppers in bulk. He went to the grocers where they are availiable, and picked out a peck and went through the checkout lane with his purchase. A peck is a quarter of a bushel (there are 4 pecks in a bushel), so this is not unrealistic. The issue might be that it would take several containers to pack them in.. It's a bit on the odd side, though, because a peck is measure of volume, and you would usually expect pickeld peppers to sell by weight in the same manner as pickles. But it is still very doable for Mr. Piper to pick a peck of pickled peppers. He might pick them by the peck (volume) and then pay for them by weight.
Yes. um... who would ask that?
Pete Peter Piper positively pondered the predicament of precicely how many pickled peppers peter piper could pick .
no there is no way he can pick pickled peppers. It's Impossible! It IS possible. Just because he can't pick pickled peppers from the bush doesn't mean he couldn't have picked… them from a jar! Anyways, Peter Piper is a fictional character made up in a fun children's tongue twister, meaning no one actually named Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
It is impossible to pick pickled peppers out of a bush, therefore it was picked out of a jar. A peck is equal to 8 quarts (or 2 gallons) so the answer to this riddle is 2 gall…ons.
We sold them at the farmer's market for 1.94 lbs.
If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers then where is the peck of pickled peppers that Peter Piper Picked?
The Tongue twister is Known as "Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, a peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked, if Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, wh…ere's the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked....." and the ending of that tongue twister is "The peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked are in Peter Pipers pockets."
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Peter Piper did not so dont read this its a tongue twister.
It is by the woodchucking woodchuck where she sells seashells by the seashore.
ALLITERATION/tongue twisters you Idiot!
A quarter of a bushel of 'em, maybe.
The term "peck" doesn't have a specific number attatche to it. It means "a lot" or "many" or "a large number or amount".
'Peter piper picked a peck of purple pickled peppers' would be considered a tongue twister.
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