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There are 6 kids at a sleepover. They all decided to order pizza for their sleepover that had 12 pieces. When they got it, a bunch of people ate one fourth of a it. Now there is only three fourths left to share evenly among 6 kids. How much would each person get? Problem=3\4 divided by 6. Answer=3\24 of the pizza and 1\6 of the 2\3 would each person get.

My responsibility is to glaze six pieces of pottery. But I was able to complete 3/4 of a pot’s glaze in one class. How many classes will it take me to glaze all six pieces?

answer to all please

I loved the hard challenges for my class. Thank you so much for this wonderfull activity!

It was a bit easy for my class. Please make the problems harder!

Also, I would recommend putting an example on the top of the paper.