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Susie can buy apples from two stores: a supermarket that sells apples only in bundles of 4, and a convenience store that sells single, unbundled apples. If Susie wants to ensure that the total number of apples she buys is a multiple of 5, what is the minimum number of apples she must buy from the convenience store?

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She cud buy 5 bundles of apple from the supermarket. so she wud have 5*4 = 20 apples. Which is a factor of 5
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