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Shampoo is on sale at 20 ounces for $7.18. How much does one ounce cost? $.36
Put these numbers in order from least to greatest1/3, 1,4, 5/8, 3/4 1/4, 1/3, 5/8, 3/4
20% of the girls in class has their hair in a ponytail. What fraction of the class wore ponytail? 1/5
5.6+4 1/8+3 3/8+4 5.2+5.9+5/8 28.825
Darren brought 6 dozen cans of soda priced at 6 for $2.25 and 12 bottles of water priced at 12 for $3.48. What was the total before tax? $30.48
Sally ran three races. She ran a 4-km race, a 2.55-km race, and a 3.4-km race. How many meter did she run? 9650 meter
Find the area of a rectangle when the length is 5.5 inches and the width is 2.3 inches. 12.65 inches
A cube has sides with the following numbers: 3,3,6,9,7,8. What is the probability of getting a factor of 9 on the first roll and then composite number on the second roll? 1/4
Ms. Ernest sponsors a math club. The club has 10 members who are sixth graders, 12 members who are seventh graders, and 8 members who are eighth graders. What percent of the math club are seventh graders? 40%
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