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Brown bats spend five-sixths of life asleep. If a brown bat lives to be 24 years, how many years does it spend sleeping?
a) 20 years
b) 4 years
c) 19 years
d) 6 years

Jenny made 5 loaves of bread that had 1/4 cup of oil in each loaf. How many cups of oil were used in all?
a) 1 1/4 cups
b) 1 1/2 cups
c) 5/20 cups
d) 5 cups

Last year the weather was cloudy three-fifths of the days. If there are 365 days in a year, how many days were cloudy?
a) 219 days
b) 220 days
c) 73 days
d) 146 days

A recipe for one dozen cookies calls for 3/4 cup of chocolate chips. How many cups of chocolate chips would be needed to make 48 cookies?
a) 3 cups
b) 4 cups
c) 12/16 cups
d) 1 1/2 cups

Mrs. Preisig's recipe for Popcorn Crunch calls for 2/3 cup of honey. The recipe for Sweet and Nutty Trail Mix calls for 1/6 cup of honey. How much honey does she need to make three batches of each recipe?
a) 2 1/2 cups
b) 5/6 cups
c) 2 cups
d) 1/2 cup

It takes 5/8 yards of fabric to make a blanket. How many yards of fabric will Mrs. German need to make 5 blankets?
a) 3 1/8 yards
b) 25/40 yards
c) 5 yards
d) 25 yards

There are 24 students in Mrs. Randall's 1st period. Yesterday, 5/8 of the class earned stickers on First in Math. How many students earned stickers?
a) 15 students
b) 5 students
c) 8 students
d) 120 students

Mr. Binnicker had 3/4 of the lawn left to mow. On Saturday, he mowed 4/5 of what was left. What fraction of the entire lawn did Mr. B. mow on Saturday?
a) 3/5 of the lawn
b) 4/5 of the lawn
c) 3/20 of the lawn
d) 12/5 of the lawn

Find the product of 7/8 and 3/4.
a) 21/32
b) 42/64
c) 42/8
d) 21/8

A pancake recipe calls for 2 2/3 cups of flour. Mrs. Davis wants to make 3 batches. How much flour does she need?
a) 8 cups
b) 6 2/3 cups
c) 6 6/3 cups
d) 8 2/3 cups

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