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A pastry chef has 13 pounds of apple slices to make 8 apple pies. if the chef distributes the slices equally, what will be the weight of the apple slices used to make each pie?

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13/8 = ?

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13 / 8 = ( 8 + 5 ) / 8 = 8 / 8 + 5 / 8 = 1 5 / 8 = 1.625

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13 divided by 8 is 1 with 5 left over.

13/8 = 1 5/8 pounds for each pie

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