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A butcher has 18 2/3 pounds of steak that he wishes to place into packages that average 2 1/3 pounds each. How many packages can he make?

(18 2/3) / (2 1/3)
(56/3) / (7/3)
(56/3) * (3/7) = 168/21 = 8
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