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1. A cookie recipe calls for 23 cup of flour. If you are making a double batch, how much flour will you use?

26 cup 1 13 cup 2 cups

2. What is four-fifths times twenty?

4100 16 25

3. What is four-fifths times two-thirds?

815 34 65 12015

4. What is two-thirds divided by three-halves?

49 1 6 undefined

5. 2215 ÷ 335 =

29 2,17815 24225 72675

6. What is the least common multiple of 12 and 18?

12 18 24 36 72

7. What is five-sixths plus three-fourths?

810 812 109 1912

8. What is five-sixths minus three-fourths?

112 13 12 1

9. A piece of fabric that is 1 34 yards long is cut into seven equal pieces. How long is each piece?

449 yard 14 yard 354 yard

494 yard 1 328 yard 145 yard

10. Grandma Jorgensen left 23 of her 78 pound silver bullion bar to her son Lloyd. Lloyd gave each of his four children a 14 share. How much silver did each of Lloyd's children receive?

73 pound 14 pound 712 pound

748 pound 596 pound 3796 pound