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a) Any number less than 10 b) The comparison of two different things c) There are 11 teachers in the sixth grade and 240 students in the sixth grade. The ratio of teachers to students is 240:11. d) None of the above

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a) The number on top of the fraction bar b) Represents the part being counted c) Both A and B d) None of the above

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a) PEMDAS b) Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally c) Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, Addition and Subtraction d) Both A and C

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a) Represents the whole b) The largest number in a fraction c) The number on the bottom of the fraction bar d) Both A and C

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a) Any fraction found on a fraction strip b) Fractions that represent the same amount but look different c) Fractions that represent different amounts and look different d) Both A and C

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a) Answer to a subtraction problem b) Two equal ratios c) Fractions that have different values d) The bottom number of a fraction

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a) Equivalent fractions b) To find an equal ratio, you can multiply or divide both quantities of a ratio by the same nonzero number c) Ratios that are proportions d) All of the above

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a) The answer to an addition problem b) The answer to a multiplication problem c) The answer to a subtraction problem d) The answer to a division problem

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a) To write a number as a product of its prime factors b) A string of composite factors that equal a specific number c) Can be found using the upside birthday cake method or factor tree method d) Both A and C

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a) The answer to a division problem b) The answer to an addition problem c) The answer to a subtraction problem d) The answer to a multiplication problem

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