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Kate bought a dozen oranges. She gave away 1 of them. She had

oranges left.

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Frank had 8 pencils. He lost i of them. lost pencils.

Frank had a dime.

He spent of it for candy.

He had

cents left.

There were 6 cups on the table.

Kate took away of them. She took away cups.

Kate had a ribbon 4 yards long. She cut off 1 of it. She cut off yards.

Frank had 12 marbles.

He gave Kate of them.

marbles.

He kept

Frank and Kate picked 64 quarts of berries. They picked pints of berries.

Frank had 7 dollars and Kate had 6 dollars. Together they had dollars.

Kate drank a pint of milk each day. In 6 days she drank

quarts of milk.

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KATE. I want to buy a new hair-ribbon. One yard

will be enough, I think.

Frank. Let me measure it with this foot measure. It is just three feet long. In a yard there are

feet.

Kate. Then one foot is one third of a yard.

Frank. Yes, and two thirds of a yard are

feet.

Kate. In one yard there are

thirds of a yard.

Frank. If the ribbon were two yards long it would

be — feet long.

Kate. If the ribbon were two and one third yards long it would be

feet long.

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FRANK. Look at my new kite. See what a long

tail it has.

Kate. How long do you think the tail is?

Frank. Let us measure it. Three feet and three

feet and one foot are feet. It is feet

long.

Kate. Let us measure it in yards. One yard and

one yard and one third of a yard are
yards. It is

yards long.

Frank. I don't think that is long enough. I am going to make it two feet longer. It is now

feet long.

Kate. I think that nine feet is too long. Let us cut off one third of it.

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