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- Shopping 7
I went into a shop with 210.00 and spent 1/7 of it on egg and 1/2 of it on fruits. How much had i left?
- Fraction number
If two-thirds of a number is added to one-ninths of the same number, the result is 7. Find the number.
- Kelly earning with overtime
Kelly earns $12 a hour. She works 40 hours a week with time and a half for overtime. Kelly worked 46 hours, how much did she earn?
- Drunken drivers
40% of drivers driving between 11pm and 5am are drunken drivers. In a random sample of 20 drivers driving between 11pm and 5am find the probability that: A) Exactly 12 will be drunken drivers B) At least 7 will be drunken drivers C) At most 5 will be drun
- Janna 2
Janna lives 4 3/10 miles from school. She estimates that she travels 4 x 2 x 5, or 40 miles each week. is her estimate an overestimate or an underestimate? Explain.
- Divide with remainder
Mrs. Diaz has 4 brownies left. She wants to share the brownies equally among her 5 children. Which of the following shows the amount of brownies each child can receive?
- Handmade scarves
Chelsea is sewing handmade scarves for her sisters and friends. She has 4 ⅚ yards of material and needs ⅞ of a yard for each scarf. How many scarves can she make with the existing material?
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