Emily

Emily had 20 minutes to do a three-problem quiz. She spent 11 3/4 minutes on question A and 5 1/2 minutes on question B. How much time did she have left for question C?

Correct answer:

C =  2.75 min

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Ingrid had 30 minutes to do a three-problem quiz. She spent 8 3/4  minutes on question A and 6 1/2 minutes on question B. How much time did she have left for question C?

A: According our mixed numbers calculator: https://www.hackmath.net/en/calculator/mixed-fractions?input=30-8%203/4%20-%206%201/2

30-8 3/4 - 6 1/2 = 14 3/4 min

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