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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
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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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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,
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2. 2. 2.
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4 4 4 4 4 4
how much did they eat?
2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2)
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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3) 3)
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?
how much did they eat?
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filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?
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A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger
A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger
A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger
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3 3 3 3 3 3
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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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4) 4)
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
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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5) 5)
Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
was three-quarters of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?
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Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
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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Debby needed one-third of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had
Debby needed one-third of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had
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?
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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On Monday it snowed nine inches. The next day it snowed one-half
On Monday it snowed nine inches. The next day it snowed one-half
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?
that amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
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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12.
12.
2 2 2 2 2 2
A farmer gives each of his horses one-sixth of a salt lick a month. If
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?
he has seven horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?
9) 9)
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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10)
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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11)
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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12)
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
flour would they need?
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A bakery used three cups of flour to make a full size cake. If they
A bakery used three cups of flour to make a full size cake. If they
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
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
flour would they need?
flour would they need?
flour would they need?
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1) 1)
Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can
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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?
1) 1) 1) 1) 1) 1)
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.
5 5
2.
4 4
4 4 4 4 4 4
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
6 6
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2. 2. 2.
1 1
4 4 4 4 4 4
how much did they eat?
2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2)
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
3.
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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,
6 6 6 6 6 6
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3) 3)
A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger
3. 3. 3.
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how much did they eat?
how much did they eat?
how much did they eat?
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4.
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filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?
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3) 3) 3) 3) 3) 3)
A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger
A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger
A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger
2 2
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4. 4. 4.
4 4
3 3 3 3 3 3
5.
1 1 1 1 1 1
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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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4) 4)
Will ran four miles on his first day of training. The next day he ran
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5. 5. 5.
one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?
3 3
4 4 4 4 4 4
6.
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4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4)
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
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?
6. 6. 6.
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7.
2 2
3 3 3 3 3 3
5) 5)
Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
was three-quarters of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?
1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1
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7. 7. 7.
1 1
2 2 2 2 2 2
5) 5) 5) 5) 5) 5)
Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
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4 4 4 4 4 4
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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?
1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1
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6) 6)
Debby needed one-third of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had
8. 8. 8.
2 2
6 6 6 6 6 6
9.
1 1 1 1 1 1
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nine flowers how many cups would she need?
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1 1 1 1 1 1
Debby needed one-third of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had
Debby needed one-third of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had
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?
nine flowers how many cups would she need?
nine flowers how many cups would she need?
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7) 7)
On Monday it snowed nine inches. The next day it snowed one-half
1 1 1 1 1 1
10.
10.
10.
that amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
3 3
2 2 2 2 2 2
11.
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7) 7) 7) 7) 7) 7)
On Monday it snowed nine inches. The next day it snowed one-half
On Monday it snowed nine inches. The next day it snowed one-half
On Monday it snowed nine inches. The next day it snowed one-half
1 1
that amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
that amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
that amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
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11.
11.
11.
1 1
12.
2 2
8) 8)
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?
1 1 1 1 1 1
12.
12.
12.
2 2 2 2 2 2
A farmer gives each of his horses one-sixth of a salt lick a month. If
A farmer gives each of his horses one-sixth of a salt lick a month. If
8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
A farmer gives each of his horses one-sixth of a salt lick a month. If
1 1 1 1 1 1
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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?
9) 9)
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
9) 9) 9) 9) 9) 9)
boxes would they have used after three days?
boxes would they have used after three days?
boxes would they have used after three days?
10)
10)
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.
10)
10)
10)
10)
10)
10)
How much candy did they receive total?
How much candy did they receive total?
How much candy did they receive total?
11)
11)
A dog groomer could clean six dogs in an hour. How many could
they clean in five-tenths of an hour?
11)
11)
11)
11)
11)
11)
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?
12)
12)
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
flour would they need?
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A bakery used three cups of flour to make a full size cake. If they
A bakery used three cups of flour to make a full size cake. If they
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
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
flour would they need?
flour would they need?
flour would they need?
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1) 1)
Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can
Solve each problem.
Solve each problem.
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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A n s w e r s
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A n s w e r s
1.
much weight was in the box?
1) 1) 1) 1) 1) 1)
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.
5 5
2.
4 4
4 4 4 4 4 4
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
6 6
⁄ ⁄
2. 2. 2.
1 1
4 4 4 4 4 4
how much did they eat?
2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2)
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
3.
5 5 5 5 5 5
12 12
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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,
6 6 6 6 6 6
1 1
⁄ ⁄
3) 3)
A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger
3. 3. 3.
1 1
how much did they eat?
how much did they eat?
how much did they eat?
12 12 12 12 12 12
4.
1 1 1 1 1 1
3 3
filled up nine pitchers, how much water would he have?
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1 1 1 1 1 1
3) 3) 3) 3) 3) 3)
A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger
A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger
A pitcher could hold two-twelfths of a gallon of water. If Roger
2 2
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4. 4. 4.
4 4
3 3 3 3 3 3
5.
1 1 1 1 1 1
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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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4) 4)
Will ran four miles on his first day of training. The next day he ran
2 2 2 2 2 2
5. 5. 5.
one-third that distance. How far did he run the second day?
3 3
4 4 4 4 4 4
6.
4 4 4 4 4 4
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4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4)
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
Will ran four miles on his first day of training. The next day he ran
1 1
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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?
6. 6. 6.
4 4
7.
2 2
3 3 3 3 3 3
5) 5)
Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
was three-quarters of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?
1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1
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7. 7. 7.
1 1
2 2 2 2 2 2
5) 5) 5) 5) 5) 5)
Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
Billy stacked six pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
8.
6 6
4 4 4 4 4 4
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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?
1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1
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6) 6)
Debby needed one-third of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had
8. 8. 8.
2 2
6 6 6 6 6 6
9.
1 1 1 1 1 1
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nine flowers how many cups would she need?
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1 1 1 1 1 1
Debby needed one-third of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had
Debby needed one-third of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had
Debby needed one-third of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had
6) 6) 6) 6) 6) 6)
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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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7) 7)
On Monday it snowed nine inches. The next day it snowed one-half
1 1 1 1 1 1
10.
10.
10.
that amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
3 3
2 2 2 2 2 2
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On Monday it snowed nine inches. The next day it snowed one-half
On Monday it snowed nine inches. The next day it snowed one-half
On Monday it snowed nine inches. The next day it snowed one-half
1 1
that amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
that amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
that amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
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11.
11.
11.
1 1
12.
2 2
8) 8)
A farmer gives each of his horses one-sixth of a salt lick a month. If
3 3 3 3 3 3
he has seven horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?
1 1 1 1 1 1
12.
12.
12.
2 2 2 2 2 2
A farmer gives each of his horses one-sixth of a salt lick a month. If
A farmer gives each of his horses one-sixth of a salt lick a month. If
8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
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?
he has seven horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?
9) 9)
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?
10)
10)
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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11)
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?
12)
12)
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
flour would they need?
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A bakery used three cups of flour to make a full size cake. If they
A bakery used three cups of flour to make a full size cake. If they
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
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
flour would they need?
flour would they need?
flour would they need?
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Fraction Word Problems
Solve each problem.
Solve each problem.
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Fraction Word Problems
Fraction Word Problems
Fraction Word Problems
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Solve each problem.
Solve each problem.
Solve each problem.
Solve each problem.
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Rachel was packing up some of her old stuff into a box. A box can
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hold 8 pounds, but she only filled it up
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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
was in the box?
2 2 2
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hold 8 pounds, but she only filled it up
hold 8 pounds, but she only filled it up
hold 8 pounds, but she only filled it up
full. How much weight
full. How much weight
full. How much weight
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A chef cooked 7 kilograms of mashed potatoes for a dinner party. If
was in the box?
was in the box?
was in the box?
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5.
the guests only ate
of the amount he cooked, how much did they
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A chef cooked 7 kilograms of mashed potatoes for a dinner party. If
A chef cooked 7 kilograms of mashed potatoes for a dinner party. If
2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2)
A chef cooked 7 kilograms of mashed potatoes for a dinner party. If
eat?
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the guests only ate
the guests only ate
the guests only ate
of the amount he cooked, how much did they
of the amount he cooked, how much did they
of the amount he cooked, how much did they
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A pitcher could hold
of a gallon of water. If Roger filled up 9
eat?
eat?
eat?
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pitchers, how much water would he have?
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A pitcher could hold
A pitcher could hold
A pitcher could hold
of a gallon of water. If Roger filled up 9
of a gallon of water. If Roger filled up 9
of a gallon of water. If Roger filled up 9
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pitchers, how much water would he have?
pitchers, how much water would he have?
pitchers, how much water would he have?
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Will ran 4 miles on his first day of training. The next day he ran
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that distance. How far did he run the second day?
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Will ran 4 miles on his first day of training. The next day he ran
Will ran 4 miles on his first day of training. The next day he ran
Will ran 4 miles on his first day of training. The next day he ran
9.
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that distance. How far did he run the second day?
that distance. How far did he run the second day?
that distance. How far did he run the second day?
5) 5)
Billy stacked 6 pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
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10.
was
of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?
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Billy stacked 6 pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
Billy stacked 6 pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
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Billy stacked 6 pieces of wood on top of one another. If each piece
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10.
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was
was
was
of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?
of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?
of a foot tall, how tall was his pile?
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Debby needed
of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had 9 flowers
3
how many cups would she need?
1 1 1
3 3 3
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Debby needed
Debby needed
Debby needed
of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had 9 flowers
of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had 9 flowers
of a cup of water for 1 flower. If she had 9 flowers
⁄ ⁄ ⁄
how many cups would she need?
how many cups would she need?
how many cups would she need?
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On Monday it snowed 9 inches. The next day it snowed
that
2
amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
1 1 1
2 2 2
7) 7) 7) 7) 7) 7)
On Monday it snowed 9 inches. The next day it snowed
On Monday it snowed 9 inches. The next day it snowed
that
that
On Monday it snowed 9 inches. The next day it snowed
that
⁄ ⁄ ⁄
amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
amount. How much did it snow on the second day?
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A farmer gives each of his horses
of a salt lick a month. If he has
6
7 horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?
1 1 1
6 6 6
8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
A farmer gives each of his horses
A farmer gives each of his horses
of a salt lick a month. If he has
of a salt lick a month. If he has
A farmer gives each of his horses
of a salt lick a month. If he has
⁄ ⁄ ⁄
7 horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?
7 horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?
7 horses, how many salt licks does he use a month?
9) 9)
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Each day a company used
of a box of paper. How many boxes
10
would they have used after 3 days?
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Each day a company used
Each day a company used
Each day a company used
of a box of paper. How many boxes
of a box of paper. How many boxes
of a box of paper. How many boxes
⁄ ⁄ ⁄
would they have used after 3 days?
would they have used after 3 days?
would they have used after 3 days?
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A group of 7 friends each received
of a pound of candy. How
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much candy did they receive total?
1 1 1
2 2 2
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A group of 7 friends each received
A group of 7 friends each received
A group of 7 friends each received
of a pound of candy. How
of a pound of candy. How
of a pound of candy. How
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much candy did they receive total?
much candy did they receive total?
much candy did they receive total?
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