# maths

Rebecca need 10 1/2 yard to make a quilt of fabric that is 2 1/2 yards and another piece of fabric that is 4 1/4 yard how many more yard of fabric does Rebecca need to make the quilt

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1. 2 2/4 + 4 1/4 = 6 3/4

10 2/4 - 6 3/4 = _______ yards

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2. 10 1/2 - (2 1/2 + 4 1/4) = 10 2/4 - (2 2/4 + 4 1/4) = 10 2/4 - 6 3/4 = 9 6/4 - 6 3/4 = 3 3/4 yds. needed.

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3. Henry -- didn't you think the student find figure out the answer from the information I posted?

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4. Henry has a bad habit of doing all the students’ work for them. He should let students understand the process, then finish the problems on their own. That’s what real teaching is, as Ms. Sue was getting at.

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5. hewo :3

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6. Rebecca needs 10 ½ yards of fabric to make a quilt. She has one piece of fabric that is 2 ½ yards and another piece of fabric that is 4 ¼ yards. How many more yards of fabric does Rebecca need to make the quilt?

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7. Stephanie has 3 ½ bags of soil to put in her garden. Each bag of soil will cover 120 square feet. How many square feet will Stephanie be able to cover if she uses all these bags of soil?

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8. 3.75

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9. 3 4/3 x 125.3

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10. the answer is 3 3/4

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