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hold eight pounds, but she only filled it up two-quarters full. How

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Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can

Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can

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hold eight pounds, but she only filled it up two-quarters full. How

hold eight pounds, but she only filled it up two-quarters full. How

hold eight pounds, but she only filled it up two-quarters full. How

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A chef cooked seven kilograms of mashed potatoes for a dinner

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party. If the guests only ate three-quarters of the amount he cooked,

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how much did they eat?

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A chef cooked seven kilograms of mashed potatoes for a dinner

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party. If the guests only ate three-quarters of the amount he cooked,

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A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger

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filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?

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filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?

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Will ran four miles on his first day of training. The next day he ran

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one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?

one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?

one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?

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Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece

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was three-quarters of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?

was three-quarters of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?

was three-quarters of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?

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Debby needed one-third of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had

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A farmer gives each of his horses one-sixth of a salt lick a month. If

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he has seven horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?

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he has seven horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?

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Each day a company used seven-tenths of a box of paper. How many

boxes would they have used after three days?

Each day a company used seven-tenths of a box of paper. How many

Each day a company used seven-tenths of a box of paper. How many

Each day a company used seven-tenths of a box of paper. How many

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boxes would they have used after three days?

boxes would they have used after three days?

boxes would they have used after three days?

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A group of seven friends each received one-half of a pound of candy.

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A dog groomer could clean six dogs in an hour. How many could

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they clean in five-tenths of an hour?

they clean in five-tenths of an hour?

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A bakery used three cups of flour to make a full size cake. If they

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wanted to make a cake that was one-half the size, how many cups of

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Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can

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hold eight pounds, but she only filled it up two-quarters full. How

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much weight was in the box?

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Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can

Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can

Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can

1 1

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hold eight pounds, but she only filled it up two-quarters full. How

hold eight pounds, but she only filled it up two-quarters full. How

hold eight pounds, but she only filled it up two-quarters full. How

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A chef cooked seven kilograms of mashed potatoes for a dinner

much weight was in the box?

much weight was in the box?

much weight was in the box?

party. If the guests only ate three-quarters of the amount he cooked,

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how much did they eat?

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A chef cooked seven kilograms of mashed potatoes for a dinner

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party. If the guests only ate three-quarters of the amount he cooked,

party. If the guests only ate three-quarters of the amount he cooked,

party. If the guests only ate three-quarters of the amount he cooked,

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filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?

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filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?

filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?

filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?

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Will ran four miles on his first day of training. The next day he ran

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one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?

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one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?

one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?

one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?

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Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece

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was three-quarters of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?

was three-quarters of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?

was three-quarters of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?

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Debby needed one-third of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had

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nine flowers how many cups would she need?

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nine flowers how many cups would she need?

nine flowers how many cups would she need?

nine flowers how many cups would she need?

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On Monday it snowed nine inches. The next day it snowed one-half

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that amount. How much did it snow on the second day?

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that amount. How much did it snow on the second day?

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A farmer gives each of his horses one-sixth of a salt lick a month. If

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he has seven horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?

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he has seven horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?

he has seven horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?

he has seven horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?

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Each day a company used seven-tenths of a box of paper. How many

boxes would they have used after three days?

Each day a company used seven-tenths of a box of paper. How many

Each day a company used seven-tenths of a box of paper. How many

Each day a company used seven-tenths of a box of paper. How many

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boxes would they have used after three days?

boxes would they have used after three days?

boxes would they have used after three days?

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A group of seven friends each received one-half of a pound of candy.

How much candy did they receive total?

A group of seven friends each received one-half of a pound of candy.

A group of seven friends each received one-half of a pound of candy.

A group of seven friends each received one-half of a pound of candy.

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How much candy did they receive total?

How much candy did they receive total?

How much candy did they receive total?

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A dog groomer could clean six dogs in an hour. How many could

they clean in five-tenths of an hour?

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A dog groomer could clean six dogs in an hour. How many could

A dog groomer could clean six dogs in an hour. How many could

A dog groomer could clean six dogs in an hour. How many could

they clean in five-tenths of an hour?

they clean in five-tenths of an hour?

they clean in five-tenths of an hour?

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A bakery used three cups of flour to make a full size cake. If they

wanted to make a cake that was one-half the size, how many cups of

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wanted to make a cake that was one-half the size, how many cups of

wanted to make a cake that was one-half the size, how many cups of

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flour would they need?

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Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can

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Solve each problem.

Solve each problem.

Solve each problem.

Solve each problem.

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hold eight pounds, but she only filled it up two-quarters full. How

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much weight was in the box?

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Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can

Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can

Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can

1 1

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hold eight pounds, but she only filled it up two-quarters full. How

hold eight pounds, but she only filled it up two-quarters full. How

hold eight pounds, but she only filled it up two-quarters full. How

1. 1. 1.

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2) 2)

A chef cooked seven kilograms of mashed potatoes for a dinner

much weight was in the box?

much weight was in the box?

much weight was in the box?

party. If the guests only ate three-quarters of the amount he cooked,

1 1 1 1 1 1

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how much did they eat?

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A chef cooked seven kilograms of mashed potatoes for a dinner

A chef cooked seven kilograms of mashed potatoes for a dinner

A chef cooked seven kilograms of mashed potatoes for a dinner

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party. If the guests only ate three-quarters of the amount he cooked,

party. If the guests only ate three-quarters of the amount he cooked,

party. If the guests only ate three-quarters of the amount he cooked,

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A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger

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how much did they eat?

how much did they eat?

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filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?

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filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?

filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?

filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?

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Will ran four miles on his first day of training. The next day he ran

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one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?

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Will ran four miles on his first day of training. The next day he ran

Will ran four miles on his first day of training. The next day he ran

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one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?

one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?

one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?

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was three-quarters of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?

was three-quarters of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?

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Debby needed one-third of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had

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nine flowers how many cups would she need?

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A farmer gives each of his horses one-sixth of a salt lick a month. If

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A farmer gives each of his horses one-sixth of a salt lick a month. If

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he has seven horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?

he has seven horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?

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Each day a company used seven-tenths of a box of paper. How many

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boxes would they have used after three days?

boxes would they have used after three days?

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A group of seven friends each received one-half of a pound of candy.

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wanted to make a cake that was one-half the size, how many cups of

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how many cups would she need?

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