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3rd grade create an algorithm that has a difference of 20

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    25 - 5 = 20

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    Thank You so much Ms. Sue,

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    You're welcome, Ali.

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    Ingredients:​
    1. 8oz cream cheese​
    2. 1/2 cup butter, softened​
    3. 1 cup powered sugar​
    4. 5.5oz French vanilla pudding (2 small boxes)​
    5.3 1/2 cups cold milk​
    6. 12oz cool whip​
    7. 3/4lb Oreo cookie, crushed​
    8. 1/4lb candy pumpkin

    Dylan went to the store and bought all the ingredients. Before Dylan was able to make his Oreo Dirt Pumpkin Patch Pudding his father ate some of the Oreos. Dylan realized he now only had a 1/2lb of Oreo cookies and he would not be able to go to the store and get more. Use proportions to help Dylan adjust his recipe so that it will the 1/2lb of Oreo cookies he has. Be sure to rewrite the recipe neatly so Dylan can read it, while he is making it.​

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