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## Sagot :

Hope this helps!

Mr Carson=3 pencils per student.

26 students=Mr Carson

Boxes=12 pencils.

So, what you need to do, is to multiply 26 students by 3 pencils and then divide the total by 12, which is 6.5. BUT, You can't buy half a box. So, you round 6.5 to the nearest tenth, which is 7. Mr Carson can buy 7 boxes

Hope this helps