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Name _____________________________ | Date _______________ |

Olivia, Jonathan, Timothy, Kevin, and Kyle want to make ice cream. They each have a different amount of milk (four, eight, five, seven, and three quarts) and a different amount of sugar (ten, seven, six, four, and two cups). One batch of ice cream requires 3 cups of milk and 2 cups of sugar.

Figure out how much milk and sugar each person has and then calculate the maximum number of batches of ice cream each can make.

1. |
Olivia can make at least two batches of ice cream. | |

2. |
If Timothy had six more cups of sugar, Timothy would have a total of 6 pints of sugar. | |

3. |
Kyle can make at least four batches of ice cream. | |

4. |
The person, who has seven cups of sugar, has nine less cups of sugar than cups of milk. | |

5. |
The person, who has two cups of sugar, has twenty-six less cups of sugar than cups of milk. | |

6. |
If Olivia had six times as much milk, Olivia would have twelve gallons of milk. | |

7. |
If Kyle had five times as much milk, Kyle would have six gallons and one quart of milk. | |

8. |
If Jonathan had three more cups of sugar, Jonathan would have a total of 5 pints of sugar. | |

9. |
Timothy can make at least three batches of ice cream. |