1. QuestionHow many eggs are in a baker’s dozen?
2. Rewrite query“There are” + “eggs in a” + “baker’s dozen”
“A baker’s dozen has” + “eggs”
“baker’s” + “dozen” “eggs”
3. Collect search results and filter(for example, ignore results that do not resemble an answer to a “how many” question) “A dozen usually has 12 eggs, so how many eggs does a baker’s dozen have?”
“The Baker’s ozen Cookbook”
“Why are 13 eggs called a baker’s dozen?”
“13 eggs make a baker’s dozen.”
4. Extract answers from text
and present most likely answers
13 eggs (81 percent likely)
12 eggs (7 percent likely)/TD>