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Mathematics Problem Solving
Volume 2, Number 3, March 3, 1997
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1. Eighteen students are in a classroom. They are forming groups to work on a science project. There will be three students in each group. How many groups will there be? 2. There are 4 quarts in a gallon. How many gallons do 24 quarts equal? 3. Ryan paid $ .63 for seven nails. That means he paid ____ cents for each nail. 4. Crystal gave some candy bars to her friends. Each friend received 4 candy bars. Crystal gave away 32 candy bars. How many friends received candy bars? 5. Crystal has 8 friends. She gave each friend 4 candy bars. How many candy bars did she give away? Copyright 1997 RHL