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Algebra 1 Remediation August 29 Start on page 82 of practice packet
Page 82 #2, 3, 5
Page 82 #2 Megan jumped 3 minutes less than twice as long as Pete.
Page 82 #3 The price of the two World Series tickets was three times more than the regular session ticket price of $34 for one ticket.
Page 82 #5 School bus gets 12 miles per galloon Camp is 300 miles away What is the closet number of galloons needed to get to camp?
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