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Everett is reading a book for his language arts class. He read 1/3 of the book on Saturday, 3/8 of the book on Sunday and 1/4 of the book on Monday. Which procedure can Everett use to find the total fraction of the book he has read?
A.Write the equivalent fractions using a common denominator then subtract the fractions from 1
B.Write equivalent fractions using a common denominator then find the sum of the fractions
C.Find the sum of 1/3 and 3/8 then subtract 1/4
D. Add the numerators of all 3 fractions then add the denominators
B?

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  2. Robert is cutting wooden strips from a foot long piece of wood for his woodworking class. He needs a strip of wood that is 3/8 foot long and another strip that is 1/2 foot long. Which of the following strips is shaded to show the total amount of wood Robert needs for his class?
    A.5/8
    B.3/8
    C.2/8
    D.7/8
    D?

    Amanda made 3 hair bows using 2/3 yard ribbon each. She made 2 bows using 1/2 yard each. Which shows the amount of ribbon Amanda used to make the bows?
    A.(2/3+2/3+2/3)+(1/2+1/2)
    B.(2/3+2/3)+(1/2+1/2)
    C.2/3+1/2
    D.2/3-1/2
    A?

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  4. Thank you

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  5. You're welcome.

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