Division + fractions - math problems

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  • Evaluate 12
    fractions Evaluate and simplify 9 divided by 7/6.
  • Two numbers and its product
    ratios The product of two numbers are 2/3. If on of them is 1/10, what is the other?
  • Red Riding Hood
    cup_flour Red Riding Hood is making her special banana pudding recipe. She is looking for her cup measure, but can only find her quarter cup measure. How many quarter cups does she need for 2 cups of sour cream?
  • Nelly’s
    juice Nelly’s mother also bought 3 1/3 pounds of strawberries to make strawberry smoothies. She estimates that she will need 1/9 of a pound of strawberries for each smoothie. How many smoothies can she make with the strawberries she bought?
  • Sally
    blueberry Sally is making 15 individual blueberry cheesecakes. How many pounds of blueberries will be in each cheesecake if 5 1/4 pounds of blueberries are divided equally among them?
  • Monica 3
    clocks Monica works on her drawings for 2 hours. She spends 1/6 hour on each drawing. How many drawings does she work on in 2 hours?
  • The floor
    city The floor collapsed because three and a half times the amount it had been designed to hold had been stored in the room. If 980 tons had been stored in the room, what amount was the floor designed to hold?
  • Fraction unknowns
    fractal Divide of fractions with unknowns: Fraction 1: The quantity x squared plus 6 times x plus 9 over the quantity x minus 1. Fraction 2: the quantity x squared minus 9 over the quantity x squared minus 2 times x plus 1.  Find Fraction 1 over Fraction 2.
  • Lauren
    clocks Lauren is tutoring students at the library on Saturday. If she is at the library for a total of 6 hours and she helps each student, one at a time, for three-fourths of an hour, how many students does she tutor?
  • Four people
    cake Four people want waffles for breakfast. There are 6 waffles left. How can 6 waffles be shared equally among 4 people? How much does each person get? Draw a picture and write a division expression to model the problem.
  • Kate shares
    flasa Kate shares a 64-ounce bottle of apple cider with five friends. Each person's serving will be the same number of ounces. Between what two whole number of ounces will each person's serving to be? Explain using division.
  • A pizza 2
    pizza A pizza is cut into slices that are each 1/6 of the whole. John is going to eat 1/2 of the whole pizza. How many slices will John eat?
  • Jacob
    vaha Jacob is baking chocolate cookies. The recipe uses 2/8 of a cup of sugar to bake a batch of cookies. If Jacob wants to make one-half of a batch. How many cups of sugar does he need?
  • Volume per time 2
    water2 Benjamin drinks tea at an incredible rate. He drinks 3 1/2 liters of tea every 2/3 of an hour. Ben drinks tea at a constant rate. How much does he drink in one hour?
  • Fractions and mixed numerals
    mixed_fractions (a) Convert the following mixed numbers to improper fractions. i. 3 5/8 ii. 7 7/6 (b) Convert the following improper fraction to a mixed number. i. 13/4 ii. 78/5 (c) Simplify these fractions to their lowest terms. i. 36/42 ii. 27/45 2. evaluate the follow
  • Imagine 2
    cukriky Imagine that you are filling treat bags with jellybeans. You have 3 3/8 cups of jellybeans, and each treat bag will contain 1/4 cup of jellybeans. How many treat bags can you fill before you run out of jellybeans? Show your work (please).
  • Curtain 3
    textiles Mrs Johnson bought 16.4 meters of cloth to make 8 curtains of equal length. What is the length of each curtain in meters?
  • Double division
    plusminus 0.25 divided by 1/2 divided by 14
  • Dana helped
    sand Dana helped her dad build a sandbox for her younger sister. The sandbox is shaped like a rectangular prism that is 4 1/2 feet long and 4 feet wide. Dana used bags of sand to fill the sandbox 1/2 of a foot deep. Each bag contained 1/2 of a cubic foot of sa
  • A shopkeeper
    cheese A shopkeeper cuts a wheel of cheese into 10 equal wedges. A customer buys one-fifth of the wheel. How many wedges does the customer buy? Use the number line to help find the solution.

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