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12 x ? = 36

19 x ? = 38

2 x ? = 38 13 x ? = 39

20+ ? = 40 30+ ? = 40 32 + 1 =

40 35 + ? = 40 31 + ? = 40 33 + ? = 40 36 + ? = 40 29+ ? = 40 19 + ? = 38 20 + ? = 38 30 + ? = 38

3 x ? = 39 20 X ? = 40 2 x P = 40

1 = 1 of 1 = ; of 2 = 4 of 3 = 1 of 4= |of 5 = | of 6 = of 7 1 of 8 = 1 of 9

1 of 10 1

10 x ? = 40

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4 x ? 40 8 x ? = 40

5 x ? = 40

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Kate. Sometimes Uncle Will sells milk to people

who live in town.

Frank. He fills these pint bottles from the gallon

measure.

Kate. One gallon measure full of milk will fill

pint bottles.

Frank. If the gallon measure were just half full it

would fill pint bottles.

Kate. 1 of a gallon would fill

pint bottles.

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FRANK. And $ of a gallon would fill

bottle.

Kate. Uncle Will got 5 gallons of milk this morning. That will fill

pint bottles.

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Frank. See what Uncle Will sent me for a birthday

present — some real scales with weights!

Kate. Now we can weigh things. This weight is

marked 16.

Frank. That means one pound, because there are

16 ounces in one pound.

Kate. Let us weigh something that is just one

pound. What can we find?

Frank. Here is the box of candy that Aunt Alice sent me. I will

put it on one side of the scales and the pound weight on the other side.

Kate. The scales balance. It weighs just one pound.

FRANK. This weight says 8. It means 8 ounces.

Kate. That must be one half pound.

Frank. I know what we can do. We will weigh one half pound of candy and it will be your part

my birthday gift. Here it is.

Kate. Thank

Thank you, Frank.

Frank. Now I will give half of my part to Mother.

That will be ounces. That will be one fourth of a pound.

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