## Can you solve this Fraction problem?

Find the distance involving Fraction. Is the answer 8/9 or 3/8? Click here to solve several other fraction word problems like above!

Find the distance involving Fraction. Is the answer 8/9 or 3/8? Click here to solve several other fraction word problems like above!

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If we increase the side of a cube by 4 m, the volume increases by 208 m^3 . Which of these is the side of the cube?

Max and Mary play in a chess game. If the ratio of points scored by Max to points scored by Mary is 6 to 2, which of the following could be the total number of points scored by them?

Write first three terms an = (n-5)/5

The average of six numbers is 4. If the average of two of those numbers is2, What is the average of the other four numbers?

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