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Tony made a painting that is 3/4 ft. wide. He wants to make a new painting that is 1/2 as wide. What will be the width of the new painting? |
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a) 4/6 = 2/3 ft. | b) 3/8 ft. | c) 6/4 = 1 2/4 or 1 1/2 ft. | d) 1/4 ft. | |

Rachel is decorating a card with stickers. Each sticker is 1/4 in. across. How many stickers can Rachel fit along the 5 in. edge of the card? |
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a) 20 stickers | b) 5/4 or 1 1/4 stickers | c) 1/20 stickers | d) 25 stickers | |

A Chicago city block is about 1/8 mile long. If the length of a block is divided into 10 equal lots, what is the length of one lot in miles? |
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a) 10/8 or 1 2/10 = 1 1/5 mile | b) 1 1/4 mile | c) 1/20 mile | d) 1/80 mile | |

Greentown's city council is designing a new park. The park will be 1/4 mile long and 1/8 mile wide. How many square miles will the park cover? |
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a) 1/32 square mile | b) 2 square miles | c) 1/2 square mile | d) 32 square miles | |

Kendra's pinkie finger is 5/8 in. wide. How wide would her finger be if it were 3/4 as wide? |
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a) 20/24 or 5/6 inches | b) 6/5 or 1 1/5 inches | c) 15/32 inches | d) 8/12 or 2/3 inches | |

Andrew has 10 cups of apple cider. He has a ladle that holds 1/3 cup. How many times will he have to fill the ladle to distribute all 10 cups of cider? |
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a) 3 1/3 times | b) 30 times | c) 1/30 times | d) 31 times | |

4 1/5 x 1/3 |
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a) 4 1/15 | b) 21 | c) 21/15 or 1 6/15 or 1 2/5 | d) 4 3/5 | |

2 5/6 x 7 1/4 |
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a) 14 5/24 | b) 9 5/24 | c) 20 5/24 | d) 493/24 or 20 13/24 | |

9/12 divided by 1/3 |
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a) 27/12 = 2 3/12 = 2 1/4 | b) 9/36 = 1/4 | c) 12/27 = 4/9 | d) 3 1/4 | |

8 1/2 x 12 |
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a) 96 1/2 | b) 204/2 or 102 | c) 8 1/24 | d) 96 | |

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