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How many outcomes are possible if you toss a penny, nickel, and a dime? 8 Outcomes
Ralph used 3 1/2 cups of brown sugar, 5 1/3 cups of sugar, 2 3/4 cups of water, and 7 5/6 cups of flour in his recipe. How many cups of ingredients did he use? 19 5/12 Cups
Emelina had 14/16 of a bowl of popcorn and got 1/2 of a bowl more. Estimate how many bowls of popcorn she ate by rounding to the nearest half. 1 1/2 Bowls
Jose mowed 1/6 of the lawn. Later Jerry mowed 3/10 of the lawn. How much of the lawn did they mow altogether? 1/20 of the lawn
Marissa had 1/5 of a bowl of cherries and got 4/15 of a bowl more. Estimate how many bowls of cherries she had by rounding to the nearest half. 1/2 Of a bowl
Sam gathered 12 buckets of clams, Kristi gathered 9 buckets, and Mario gathered 6 buckets. They sold the clamsfor $3 a bucket. How much money did they earn? $81
The 6th grade held a carwash. The students charged $3.25 to wash a car (c) and $5.75 to wash a van (v). The amount of money they raised can be represented by the expression 3.25c + 5.75v. If they washed 42 cars and 13 vans, how much money did they raise? $211.25
maria has eight gallons of paint she wants to use in three rooms in her house. If she uses 2 1/4 gallons of paint in the bedroom and 1 1/4 in the bathroom, how many gallons will she have left to paint the playroom? 4 1/2 gallons
Mr. Fultom bought 12 1/2 pounds of ground beeffor the cook out. He plans on using 1/4 pound of beef for each hamburger. How many hamburgers can he make? 50 hamburgers
The rope in the gymnasium is 10 1/2 feet long. To make it easier to climb, the gym teachertied a knot in the rope every 3/4 foot. How many knots are in the rope? 14 knots
4 3/8 + 5 1/4 9 5/8
15 7/12 - 14 3/8 1 5/24
5 6/15 + 4 3/10 9 21/30
25 1/7 + 25 2/5 50 19/35
5/6 - 2/3 1/6
21 16 + 1 3/8 22 13/24
5 6/15 + 4 3/10 5 6/15
5 1/6 - 2 /23 2 1/2
There are three gradews in Kyle's middle school- sixth, seventh, and eighth. One- third of the students are in sixth grade, and 1/4 are in the seventh grade. What fraction of the schools' students are the eighth grade? 5/12
Created by: Taylor Brown