Q: In which division would you expect to find apple trees?

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Not sure about applesause, but I would expect a large jar of apple sauce to be measured in litres.Not sure about applesause, but I would expect a large jar of apple sauce to be measured in litres.Not sure about applesause, but I would expect a large jar of apple sauce to be measured in litres.Not sure about applesause, but I would expect a large jar of apple sauce to be measured in litres.

A counterexample for the division of whole numbers is if we have 6 apples and we try to divide them equally among 4 people. Each person would get 1 apple and there would be 2 apples remaining. In this case, it is not possible to divide the apples equally among 4 people without leaving any remainder.

This originated exactly where it sounds like it did. The first people who noticed this truth were farmers with apple trees! Nowadays, we use this as an idiom which means that the children are going to be like their parents. If someone in your neighborhood is a bad person who steals, and you catch his son one day trying to steal something, you would say"The apple does not fall far from the tree."

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In statistics, the population distribution of some variable within a population of some units is the set of values that the variable can take and how frequntly it takes that value. Population need not have anything to do with people. It is simply a way of referring to the totality of the things that you are studying. For example, if you were studying the number of apples on each tree in an apple orchard, your population would be the apple trees in the orchard, the variable would be the number of apples per tree and the population distribution would be the number of trees that had 0 apples, the number that had 1 apple, 2 apples and so on. To make that information more manageable you may collapse the distribution to 0 apples, 1 to 25 apples, 26 to 50 apples and so on.

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Apple trees would be in the ginkgophyto category because it drops its leaves in the fall.

Not sure about applesause, but I would expect a large jar of apple sauce to be measured in litres.Not sure about applesause, but I would expect a large jar of apple sauce to be measured in litres.Not sure about applesause, but I would expect a large jar of apple sauce to be measured in litres.Not sure about applesause, but I would expect a large jar of apple sauce to be measured in litres.

There would be 168 apple trees in the orchard. Since the ratio of apple trees to pear trees is 4 to 3, and there are 126 pear trees, you can find the number of apple trees by multiplying 126 by 4/3.

I work for the Forestry division of our city and help plant tree's. Apple tree's range anywhere to 50.00 and up. Depends what type of apple you would like. Eating or just cooking or just the green apple. Our purchase for our city comes from tree farms.

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what kind of idiot would ask this kind of question. yes peanuts grow on apple trees and use correct grammar please you doofus. peace out you idiotic egghead.

the answer is mostly grasses, with occasional trees and shrubs.

You could expect to see a condensation and a whirling cloud of dust and debris. Trees and structures will be damaged or torn apart.

i would expect people to do lots of farming

Pruning fruit trees helps the trees grow and produce more fruit. All fruit trees would benefit from some pruning with bypass pruners, but especially apple trees.

Apple TreesYes, apples do grow on trees. AnswerApples grow on trees because when you plant apples the seeds go up the root and out the branches. Now only if money grew off trees that would be something. LOL

if your talking about woodpeckers then they eat bugs that are peacked out of trees