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Lee has a 1 1/2 pound supply of Kitty Biscuit Treats. Each day he gives his kitten 1/8 pound of the biscuits. For how many day will his supply last?

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(3/2) / (1/8)

(3/2) * 8 = ?

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(3/2) * 8 = （3*8）/2 = 24/2 =12

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