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A number sentence is 50 1/2 ÷1/4 =202. Part A. Create a story or context for this number sentence. Part B. Rewrite this number sentence using multiplication. Part C. Give a verbal explanation that describes how these three numbers are related.

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  1. Part A: There are 50 candy bars and a half sized candy bar. Each student gets 1/4 of a candy bar. How many students will get a part of a candy bar?

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  2. give the answer

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  3. What about Part C.?

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  4. part 2 50 1/2 ÷4/1 =202

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  5. I still don't get it. I need the answer how it says to put the answer.

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  6. Joe mama,
    Part C: These three fractions are related because the first is to be divided by the second in order to get the third. 

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  7. sorry part B

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  8. Thanks Anonymous part A was helpful:)

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  9. eeeeeeeeeeeeee i like cheese

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  10. I love how all your questions are my vlacs assessment im doing rn

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  11. part 2/ part b u need 50 1/2 divided by 1/4 = 202 in a multiplication problem.

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  12. What about part C?

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  13. so um nvm

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  14. Give me your glizzy (Glizzy master)

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  15. this is halpful

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  16. helpful*

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  17. Thank you

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  18. We all know that 4 quarters make up 1 dollar.
    so how many quarters do we need to make up
    $50.50 ?

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  19. 202

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