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Rachel gave 1/4 of a pie to each of 5 friends. How many pies did she give to her friends in all? Write the mixed number.

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    1/4 times 5 = 1/4 * 5/1 = 5/4, The improper fraction. The mixed number is 1 1/4.

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    chapter 7 write a mixed number and a fraction greater than 1 that name the pat filled

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    1 1/4

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