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There are 36 cookies Jerry wants 25% of it and Gary want 1/2 and Terry want 0.75 can each friend get want they want?

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    Jerry: 0.25 * 36 = 9
    Gary: 0.5 * 36 = 18
    Terry: 0.75 * 36 = 27

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    If you leave the water facet on at home ,750 quarts will run every 60 seconds. How many gallons of water will be wasted after 2 minutes

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    395

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