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1. William’s hair was 2 ¼ feet long. His mother made him cut of 1 ¾ . How long is William’s hair after his haircut ? a. ½ feet c. ¼ feet b. ¾ feet d. ¾ feet.

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11. 2/5 + 1/16 = a. 3/11 c. 17/30 b. ½ d. 82/5

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11 2 5 1 16 a 3 11 c 17 30 b d 82 5

1. William’s hair was 2 ¼ feet long. His mother made him cut of 1 ¾ . How long is William’s hair after his haircut ?a. ½ feetc. ¼ feetb. ¾ feetd. ¾ feet


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2. Kyla took her bike to a path that is 2 ¾ mile in leght. Kyla completed 3 ½ laps before she had to take a break. How many miles did she ride before she took a break?a.9 and 5/8 milesc. 1and3/11milesb.8 ¼ miles d. 9 ¾miles


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3. Brandon’s plant grow 3 ¾ cm last month. Jake’s plant grow 2 & 2/5 cm last month. What is the combined height that all of thier plants grew last month?a. 11 and 11/12 cmb. 6 and 3/20 cmc. 12 ¾ cmd.12 and 17/20 cm


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4. Frank had 4 ½ packs of gum that he wanted to divide between 5 people. How much gum would each person recieve ?a. 7/8 of a pack b. 9/10 of a pack c. 1 and 1/9 of a packd. 4/5 of a pack


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5. Christopher had 3 ½ pies left over from a party. He equally divided the 3 ½ pies between 4 of his friends. How much did each friend recieve? a. 7/9 of a pie c. ½ of a pieb. ¾ of a pie d. 7/8 of a pie


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6. On Monday it rained 4 ½ inches. On Tuesday it rained 2 ¾ inches. How many more inches did it rain on Monday that it did on Tuesday ?a.1 ¼ inchesb.2 ½ inchesc. 2 ¼ inchesd. 1 ¾ inches


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7. If a local baseball team played 35 games this season. If they won 4/5 of thier games, how many games did they win?a. 28c. 42b.25d. 7


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8. In science class, students made rockets out of empty 2 liter bottles. When launched karen’s rocket reach a height of 12 and ½ feet. Sam’s rocket reached a height 1 2/5 times greater than karen’s rocket. How did sam’s rocket go? a. 10 ½ ftc. 24 ¾ ftb. 17 ½ ftd. 16 ¾ ft


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9. Mary attempted 24 shots during a basketball game. If she 5/8 of her attempts, how many shots did she make?a. 9 shotsc. 15 shotsb. 20 shotsd. 18 shots


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10. Jamaal at 1 ½ of a pizzas. Eric ate 7/8 of a pizza. How much did jamaal and eric eat in all?a. 2 pizzasc. 1 & 3/8 pizzasb.2 ¼ pizzasd. 2 & 3/8 pizzas


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11. 2/5 + 1/16 =a. 3/11c. 17/30b. ½d. 82/5


12 3 8 1 6 a 11 24 c 1 4 b 13 24 d 4 14

12. 3/8 + 1/6 =a.11/24c. 1/4b. 13/24d. 4/14


13 2 9 8 18 a 10 27 c 11 18 b 2 3 d 1 3

13. 2/9 + 8/18 =a. 10/27c. 11/18b. 2/3d. 1/3


14 9 25 7 10 a 1 and 1 1 25 c 1 whole b 1 and 3 50 d 1 and 1 50

14. 9/25 + 7/10 =a. 1 and 1 1/25c. 1 wholeb. 1 and 3/50d. 1 and 1/50


15 3 8 a 1 and c 1 and 1 2 b 1 and 1 8 d 1 whole

15. ¾ + 3/8 =a. 1 and ¼ c. 1 and 1/2b. 1 and 1/8d. 1 whole


16 6 14 6 7 a 1 and 2 7 c 6 7 b 1 and 3 14 d 12 14

16. 6/14 + 6/7 =a. 1 and 2/7c. 6/7b. 1 and 3/14d. 12/14


17 1 6 a 5 12 c b d 3 8

17. 1/6 + ¼ =a. 5/12c. ¾ b. ½d. 3/8


18 a 2 3 c 1 and b 1 whole d 1 and

18. ½ + ¾ =a. 2/3 c. 1 and ¼ b. 1 wholed. 1 and ½


19 3 5 1 15 a 1 3 c 4 15 b 4 20 d 2 3

19. 3/5 + 1/15 =a. 1/3c.4/15b. 4/20d. 2/3


20 2 5 a 5 9 c 1 and 3 20 b 1 and 3 23 d 1 and

20. 2/5 + ¾ =a. 5/9c. 1 and 3/20b. 1 and 3/23d. 1 and ½


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  • 8. In science class, students made rockets out of empty 2 liter bottles. When launched karen’s rocket reach a height of 12 and ½ feet. Sam’s rocket reached a height 1 2/5 times greater than karen’s rocket. How did sam’s rocket go? a. 10 ½ ftc. 24 ¾ ftb. 17 ½ ftd. 16 ¾ ft


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