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### Measure skillsfrom any curriculum

Measure skills

from any curriculum

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- Q1Mrs. Smith bought a pack of 10 cookies for her 3 children to share equally. How many cookies should each child get if the cookies are shared equally between the 3 children?3 and 1/3 cookies3 cookies43 and 1/2 cookies30s
- Q2Kirstie has 4 kittens. She feeds these kittens a total of 11 ounces of food. Kirstie feeds each kitten an equal amount of foo. Which statement is true?Each kitten is fed 2 and 1/2 ounces of food.Each kitten is fed 2 and 1/3 ounces of food.Each kitten is fed 2 and 3/4 ounces of food.Each kitten is fed 2 ounces of food.30s
- Q3Eight friends are sharing two pounds of grapes equally. How many pounds of grapes does each friend get?1/8 of a pound2 pounds2/8 of a pound4 pounds30s
- Q4Kathy has 3 pizzas to share with her 5 friends. How much pizza will each friend receive?15 pizzas1/5 of a pizza1 and 2/5 of a pizza3/5 of a pizza30s
- Q5Julia, Hannah, and Katie have 7 cookies to share. If the girls want to share the cookies equally, how many cookies should each girl receive?3/7 of a cookie3 cookies2 cookies2 and 1/3 of a cookie30s
- Q6Which picture represents 3 divided by 6?30s
- Q7The math club has 8 members in attendance. They ordered 5 pizzas. Which picture AND equation best match the situation?30s
- Q8Which division problem is the same as 15/4?30s
- Q9Which fraction matches 7 divided by 8?8/77/81/88/130s
- Q10Which expression matches 4/5?Jake is keeping all of the pizza for himself.Jake is sharing 4 pizzas with his 5 friends.Jake is sharing 5 pizzas with his 4 friends.Jake is sharing 20 pizzas with his 5 friends.30s