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What decimal represents 70/100 .7
Billy hiked 6.7 miles on Friday, 5.46 miles on Saturday, and 7.5 miles on Sunday. What was the total number of miles that he hiked those three days? 19.66
The water park charges $17 per person. Kim and her 4 friends decide to go. How much money do they need? $85
Jessica has 210 pairs of shoes. She stores them in containers that can hold 15 pairs. How many containers does she have? 14
List all of the common factors for 30 and 45. 1, 3, 5, 15
In 2005, the population of Texas was about 23,000,000. How is this number written in words? Twenty-three million
Put in order from greatest to least: 4.34, 3.8, 4.45, 3.78, 3.5 4.45, 4.34, 3.8, 3.78, 3.5
Carly loses 8 out of the 32 badminton games she plays. What fraction of the games does she NOT lose? 3/4
Convert 3 1/4 to an improper fraction. 13/4
Use <, >, or = to describe the relationship between 5/6 and 3/4. 5/6 > 3/4
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