1. 
Mary's class is going to Sturbridge Village for the day. There are twentythree children and chaperones attending the field trip. If each car holds four passengers, how many cars will be needed to transport everyone?


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3. 
All of the students in Ms. Rodriguez's class were busy working on their hats for Make a Hat Day. Onehalf of the sixteen students were putting their hats together with glue or tape, onefourth of them were painting their hats, and the rest of the students were cutting out decorations for the hats. How many students were cutting out decorations for the hats?


4. 
Hunter was given the job of making sure there was enough water for his family's twelve cows. Because a dairy cow requires ten to thirty gallons of water each day, it was a very big job. The bucket Hunter used only held two quarts of water. How many times would he have to take water to the drinking trough each day if each cow drank fourteen gallons of water?


5. 
When Mrs. King told her class about National PlayDoh Day, she was surprised to find out that some of her students had never heard of PlayDoh. There are twentytwo students in her class and half of them owned cans of PlayDoh, four of them didn't have any PlayDoh, but knew what it was, and the rest hadn't even heard of PlayDoh. How many of Mrs. King's students had never heard of PlayDoh?


6. 
Our teacher told us a story about three families who were having a feud. The dispute was over which family owned the four wild hound dogs that wandered in the woods. Half of the Marks family said the dogs belonged to the Smiths family. Onefourth of the Marks family said the dogs belonged to the Jacks family. The rest of the Marks family said, "What dogs?" There are 28 people in the Marks family. How many of them said "What dogs"?

