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Multi-Step Word Problems 1.) After a party there are parts of three pizzas remaining. There is of a pepperoni pizza remaining, of a cheese pizza remaining, and of a sausage pizza remaining. The 5 friends who organized the party split the remaining pizza equally. What fraction of a whole pizza is left for each person? a.) What do you need to find out first? What operation should you use? b.) What is the second step? What operation should you use? What key word tells you to use this operation? How much pizza is left over.

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2.) Frosty is making chocolate cakes. For each cup of milk he uses, he needs to use cups of flour. For each cup of flour he uses, he needs to use cup of cocoa powder. Frosty is making enough cake that he needs to use 4 cups of milk. How many cups of cocoa powder does Frosty need to use? a.) First record the important information in an organized way. b.) Next calculate the amount of flour he will need. c.) Use the above information to calculate the amount of cocoa powder he will need.

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3.) Kevin is training for a bike race. The distance he rides is 45 mile long. He rides a portion of the distance at a slow speed both as a warm up and a cool down. Kevin rides of the distance at a fast pace for training. The rest is done at the slow speed. Of the slow-speed portion, is for the warm up. In miles, how far does Kevin ride for the cool down? (Show all steps) a.) How many miles does he ride at a fast pace? b.) How many miles does he ride at a slow pace? c.) How many miles are in the warm up? d.) How many miles are in the cool down?

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4.) A triathlon consists of three events, swimming, biking and running. Mr. Patek completed in a triathlon that was a total of miles. The bike distance was of the total distance. The swim was of a mile and the run was the remaining portion. A.) How far was the biking portion of the race? B.) How far was the running portion of the race? Demonstrate Understanding:

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