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1.   Caleb 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 fifty-eight students to choose their favorite brownie from the last. 10/29 of the students liked peanut butter swirl brownies the best. 7/29 of the students preferred Rocky Road brownies. Chocolate chip brownies were the favorite of 5/29 of the students. 3/29 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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3.   Courtney is making white oatmeal cookies with raisins and pecans for her club. The recipe makes eighteen of the big, chewy kind of oatmeal cookies with lots of raisins and nuts. It takes a third of a cup of nuts and half of a cup of raisins just for the eighteen cookies! There are forty-two members in Courtney's club. If she makes exactly forty-two cookies, how many cups of nuts will she need?

4.   The students at Maryville High School were challenged to join the Great American Smokeout. One-fourth of the students signed a pledge saying they would not smoke on November 20. Half of the students promised to talk to someone who smoked about the dangers of smoking. The rest of the students didn't participate. There are one thousand, ninety students at MHS. How many of the students didn't participate in the Great American Smokeout?

5.   A third of the students in James' class in Perth are immigrants. If there are twenty-one people in the class, how many students are not immigrants?

6.   When the notary public asked Jasmine her age, Jasmine answered, "I am twice as old as my sister Amy. Amy is one-fifth as old as my father. My father is sixty years old." How old is Jasmine?


 


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