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Here is a bowl of fruit.
Half of the pieces of fruit in the bowl are apples. There are also $3$ oranges, $2$ pears and a banana.
How many apples are there in the bowl?
If, instead, one quarter were apples and one quarter were oranges and there were also $4$ bananas, $3$ pears and $3$ plums how many would be apples?