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2014-11-29T02:30:11+08:00

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If in every vase Tammy has 9 tulips and he has 6 vases the total number of tulpis can be found by the operation of multiplication. Are multiplied the number of tulips with the number of vases and we can find the total number of tulips, so it is:

6*9 \to\boxed{54 \ tulips \ are \ in \ total}
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2014-11-29T08:42:50+08:00
6x9= 54 .....so there are 54 tulips in the vases

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