need helpo with common core fifth grade math. fractions. improper fractions expressed as a sum of whole number and a fraction.
need helpo with common core fifth grade math. fractions. improper fractions expressed as a sum of whole number and a fraction.
so 7/8, 5/8, 3/8, and 3 to equal 24 only using each once and by adding, multiplying, subtracting, and or dividing.
If any fraction has one even and one odd number would that be in simplest form?
1/3(x-5) + 5/6(x+1) = x-2 Here is where I got to, feel free to correct me if its all wrong I distributed everything and got the following; 1/3x...
2/x = x/3x+8
Connor ran in a race on Saturday. After completing 2/3 of the race, he had run 3/4 mile. How long was the whole race?
one custodian cleans a suite of offices in 4 hours. When a second worker is asked to join the custodian it takes the both of them 2&2/3 hours. How long does it take the second worker to do the...
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A teacher has paint trays for each student that have 5 colors in each tray. One color is purple. What fraction is purple in 20 trays.
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this is waaaaay hard. Help!
animals store sells food... the cost of food is shown below.. 5.98 for 10 pounds for cats .... 24.50 for 50 pounds for dog... cats: 1/3 pound per day small dogs: 1/2 pound...
Since it's Thanksgiving week, let's think about pie for a second. No, not mathematical pi, just actual real edible pies. For Thanksgiving I'm in charge of making dessert, so I'll be bringing two pies, one pumpkin and one apple. Let's say that I sliced the apple pie into 12 pieces, and the pumpkin pie, since it held together better, into 18. Fast forward to the end of the evening... read more
help me with my work please i need help
i know the answer is 24 but i need the formula that creates that answer
CAN SOME ONE PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS FRACTION PROBLEM
I need two answers to this question. Thank you! This is for 7th grade mathematics, by the way. ASAP!
How big is the actual diameter? I dont know how to answer this.
Mr. Chagall's garden covers 2/5 of an acre of land. He divides the land into 4 equal sections. What fraction of an acre is each section of the garden?
Trying to help my 7th grader with this Algebra equation. Any tips?