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Valentine's Day Math Stories
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 1 Dad decided to take Mom out to dinner for Valentine's Day. They had a good time talking during dinner. On the way home, Dad had to stop for gas. He put seventeen gallons of gas into our mini van. The gas price is \$1.92 per gallon. How much money did Dad spend on gas?
 2 The EdHelper Candy Company donated three thousand, two hundred twenty-four chocolate-nut bars to Marco Polo Elementary School for their Valentine's Day celebration. There are eight hundred fifteen students in the school. Three of the students are allergic to chocolate and eight students can't eat nuts. On the day of the party, eleven other students were absent. If the candy was divided evenly among the remaining students, how many bars did each student get?
 3 At school, nineteen percent of the students wore red shirts on Valentine's Day. There are sixteen classes in the school with twenty-two students in each class. How many students wore red shirts on Valentine's Day?
 4 Ethan is going to bring ice cream to the Valentine's Day party. If three pints of ice cream can feed eight people, how many pints of ice cream does he need to buy for 32 people?
 5 Emma is making brownies for the class party. The recipe makes 12 brownies and uses 2.2 cups of flour. Emma wants to make 30 brownies, so how much flour will she need?
 6 There are sixteen students in Mr. Jernigan's class. One-eighth of them don't want to have a Valentine's Day party. How many students do want to have a party?