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There are different ways to solve most math problems. You can score more points by exploring more paths and answering correctly. Solve all paths to be at the top of your class!

There are many ways to solve a math problem. Understanding each of those paths can really help you better understand math. The more paths you try and answer correctly, the more points you score. You will get three attempts to answer each question correctly. Try to get the best score in your class!

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Jen has 84.5 yards of fabric to make curtains. She makes 6 identical curtains and has 19.7 yards of fabric remaining. How many yards of fabric does Jen use per curtain?

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Todd orders pictures from a photographer. Each picture costs $7.50. A one-time shipping fee of $3.25 is added to the cost of the order. The total cost of Todd’s order before tax is $85.75. How many pictures did Todd order?

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Ava wants to run a total of 22 miles in five days. The table shows her log for the miles she ran on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. How many miles must Ava run on Friday to reach her goal?

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Mario is setting up a new tent during a camping trip. The tent came with 7 feet of rope. The instructions are to use 34.5 inches of the rope to tie a tarp on top of the tent. Then, the remaining rope should be cut into 8¼-inch sections to tie the tent to stakes in the ground. Mario will use all of the rope as instructed. Write and solve an equation to determine the number of 8¼-inch sections of rope Mario can cut from the rope.

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