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Fraction Operations and Decimal Division SOL 6.6. Nadean Moore. Sara has a fruit roll-up that is 3⅚ inches long and Jeanne has one that is 4 inches long. Who has the longer fruit roll-up and how much longer is it?. Sara, 1⅚ inches longer Jeanne, 1⅚ inches longer Jeanne, ⅙ inch longer

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Sara has a fruit roll-up that is 3⅚ inches long and Jeanne has one that is 4 inches long. Who has the longer fruit roll-up and how much longer is it?

  • Sara, 1⅚ inches longer
  • Jeanne, 1⅚ inches longer
  • Jeanne, ⅙ inch longer
  • Sara, 1⅙ inches longer
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In the 6th grade ¾ of the students buy lunch. If there are 120 students in 6th grade, how many order lunch?
  • 30
  • 75
  • 100
  • 90
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From my house to Food Lion it is 8⅝ miles but to Fresh Pride it is 10½ miles. How much closer is Food Lion?
  • 1⅞ mi
  • 2⅛ mi
  • 2⅔ mi
  • 1⅜ mi
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Zack has a rope that is 78 inches long. He needs to cut it into pieces that are 6 ½ inches long. How many pieces can he make from the rope?

  • 13
  • 84 ½
  • 12
  • 72 ½
slide10
Ann studied math for ⅓ of an hour, history for ⅙ of an hour and science for ½ of an hour. How much time did she spend studying?
  • 1 ⅓ hours
  • 1 hour
  • ⅚ hour
  • 1 ⅙ hours
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The kitten weighed ⅜ of a pound when it was born. After 2 weeks it had gained 1 ½ pounds. How much did it weigh then?
  • 1 ⅞ pounds
  • 1 ⅛ pounds
  • 1 ⅖ pounds
  • 1 ½ pounds