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Each full boxes weighs
4
^{1}
⁄
_{2}
lbs. If you have
3
full boxes and one box that is
^{1}
⁄
_{3}
full, how much would they weigh?
Mixed × Fraction
Example
Each full boxes weighs
4
^{1}
⁄
_{2}
lbs. If you have a box that is
^{1}
⁄
_{3}
full, how much would it weigh?
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Example
Each full boxes weighs
4
^{1}
⁄
_{2}
lbs. If you have
3
full boxes how much would they weigh?
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Example
Each full boxes weighs
4
lbs. If you have a box that is
^{1}
⁄
_{3}
full, how much would it weigh?
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Each full boxes weighs
^{1}
⁄
_{2}
of a pound. If you have a box that is
^{1}
⁄
_{3}
full, how much would it weigh?
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2
^{3}
⁄
_{4}
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^{11}
⁄
_{4}
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^{4}
⁄
_{8}
=
^{1}
⁄
_{2}
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^{4}
⁄
_{8}
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Each full boxes weighs
4
^{1}
⁄
_{2}
lbs. If you have
3
full boxes and one box that is
^{1}
⁄
_{3}
full, how much would they weigh?
Mixed × Fraction
Example
Each full boxes weighs
4
^{1}
⁄
_{2}
lbs. If you have a box that is
^{1}
⁄
_{3}
full, how much would it weigh?
Mixed × Whole
Example
Each full boxes weighs
4
^{1}
⁄
_{2}
lbs. If you have
3
full boxes how much would they weigh?
Whole × Fraction
Example
Each full boxes weighs
4
lbs. If you have a box that is
^{1}
⁄
_{3}
full, how much would it weigh?
Fraction × Fraction
Example
Each full boxes weighs
^{1}
⁄
_{2}
of a pound. If you have a box that is
^{1}
⁄
_{3}
full, how much would it weigh?
Answer as
Mixed Number Fraction
Example
2
^{3}
⁄
_{4}
Improper Fraction
Example
^{11}
⁄
_{4}
Reduce Answer
Reduce
Example
^{4}
⁄
_{8}
=
^{1}
⁄
_{2}
Do Not Reduce
Example
^{4}
⁄
_{8}
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