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At TMS 1/3of the students play football and 2/5 of them also run cross crountry. How many people play one of these sports? |
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a) 7/10 | b) 1/5 | c) 5/8 | d) 2/15 | |

At TMS 9/10 students are in athletics and 2/10 are also in band.How many more students are in athletics than in band? |
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a) 4.5 | b) 2.4 | c) 9/50 | d) 5.4 | |

1/2 of the students had to pay for their lunch, while 3/4 students also buy chips. How many students eat lunch. |
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a) 4/6 | b) 3/6 | c) 3/4 | d) 3/8 | |

2/3 students eat hamburgers and fries, while 3/4 students eat hamburgers and chips. How many students eat hamburgers? |
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a) 6/12 | b) 5/9 | c) 1/2 | d) 6/11 | |

At the fair 5/8 people ate funnle cake and 2/3 of those people also ate cotton candy. What fraction of the people ate from the concession stand? |
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a) 20/48 | b) 5/12 | c) 4/6 | d) 5/8 | |

After the ball game 1/3 of the students go to the burger barng and 3/8 of those same students ate at DQ. What fraction of the kids ate out? |
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a) 3/24 | b) 3/8 | c) 4/5 | d) 1/8 | |

At the ballgame 3/5 of the fans got hot dogs, 1/5 of those people also got coke. How many more people got hotdogs. |
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a) 2/3 | b) 3/2 | c) 3/25 | d) 1/5 | |

2/3 people got coockie cones at the snack line and 4/5 people got cookies also. What fraction of the people got both? |
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a) 8/15 | b) 1/3 | c) 2/2 | d) 6/8 | |

3/5 of the kids in class had on sneakers. 2/3 of those kids also wore jackets. What fraction of the class does this represent? |
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a) 2/5 | b) 1 2/3 | c) 3/4 | d) 5/8 | |

The length of the rectangle was 4/5 inches and it\'s width was 7/8 inches.What is it\'s area? |
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a) 7/10 square inches | b) 32/35 square inches | c) 11/13 square inches | d) 1 square inch | |

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