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Math EOG Review, Math EOG Review 2
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5 + 3 x 2
11
(5 + 3) x 2
16
10 + 3 x ( 8 - 1 )
31
20 - 5 x ( 4 - 1 )
5
1 + 1 x 2
3
6 - 2 x 2
2
18 - 4 x 3 - 2
4
5 + 4 x ( 10 - 6 )
21
1/4 + 1/2
3/4
2/3 + 1/6
5/6
7/8 - 5/12
11/24
5/6 + 2/9
11/18
17/20 - 7/10
3/20
4/5 - 3/4
1/20
3/4 + 7/8
13/8
15/4 - 5/8
25/8
1/6 + 3/6
2/3
2/3 + 1/2
7/6
2/4 + 3/6
1
2 1/3
7/3
1 6/8
14/8
1 2/6
8/6
2 7/8
23/8
1/3 of 18
6
3/4 of 3/5
9/20
2/3 of 30
20
1/3 of 4/5
4/15
Split 5 bags of popcorn between 3 people
5/3
5 people share 3 bags of popcorn
3/5
7 people share 3 pizzas
3/7
9 pizzas are shared by 4 people
9/4
9 people share 4 bags of candy
4/9
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