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Sue is able to make six beaded bracelets each month. If Sue begings on January 1st, how many bracelets will she be able to finish in time for the craft sale on May 2nd? What strategy might work to solve this problem

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    First, figure out how many months she'll be making these bracelets.

    Then what do you think you should do to solve this problem?

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    HOW MANY BRACELETS DOES BIANNA HAVE?

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