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Fractions
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1.   Mr. Hawkins had received two hundred fifty acres as his headright when he came to the Plymouth Colony. He gave one-eighth of his land to his brother. How many acres did he have left?

2.   Savannah and her father went to Paulo's Pizzeria for pizza with everything except anchovies. The pizza was divided into eight slices. Savannah's father ate half of the pizza. Savannah ate the rest. How many slices of pizza did Savannah eat?

3.   Zachary made a list of five different kinds of brownies: chocolate chip brownies, Rocky Road brownies, brownies with walnuts, peanut butter swirl brownies, and butterscotch brownies. He asked seventy-eight students to choose their favorite brownie from the last. Two-thirteenths of the students liked peanut butter swirl brownies the best. Three-thirteenths of the students preferred Rocky Road brownies. Chocolate chip brownies were the favorite of 7/39 of the students. 8/39 of the students just loved brownies with walnuts and the rest of the students liked butterscotch brownies best. How many students preferred butterscotch brownies?

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5.   Sydney likes to ice skate better than roller skating. She said she could go faster on ice skates. If it takes her ninety-six seconds to skate around an ice rink that is one-fourth of a mile around, how long would it take her to skate four miles? Round your answer to the nearest minute.

6.   Eric made a chart to show the cost of a typical lunch at his school. According to the chart each meal costs the school $2.83 to make. The price charged for the meal is $2.98. There are 231 students in the school. One-seventh of the students receive free lunches and the rest of the students pay full price. What is the difference between the cost of one hundred thirteen lunches and the amount of money paid for the lunches?


 


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