1.

We took 352 (the mile marker she ghets on the road) and subtracted 242 ( The mile marker she got off). We then got 110. We then had to see how mant 33's would go into 110. We did that because 33=1 gallon.

MileGallon

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33 1

66 2

99 3

Then we subtrated 110 by 99 ( beacuase 99 is the closet thing to 100). Then we 11. 33 is one gallon so 11 is 1/3 of a gallon.So She Used 3/15 and 1/3 of a gallon.

2. For number 2 we went 242 ( The mile marker she got on) and subtratced that by 55. We then got 187.

MileGallon

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33 1

66 2

99 3

132 4

165 5

Then we took 187 subtracted it by 165 and we got 22. Since 11 is 1/3 of 33 therefore 22 is 2/3 of 33.

Thats all we did.

But I read over the question and it says that *What fraction of the full tank of the gas did she use on the turnpike driving the combined distance from her house to Lance's to Alicia's?*

So we have to now add 3/15 & 1/3 +5/15 & 2/3

So 1/3 +2/3 = one whole

Then i go 3/15+5/15 which equals 8/15but we have to add the whole there fore it would be 9/15

So she used 9/15 from her house to Lance's To Alicia's

3. Ohkay well I really didn't understand what we did for number three.

I really don't kno whow to explain it.

Sry about the inconvenience.

♥.:;Chantel;:.♥

~xoxo~xoxo~

## 2 comments:

Nice use of colour to separate the different questions. Well done. Thanks

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I really like how you explained question 1. But I don't really get question 2. How did you do it? What kind of math did you do? And what numbers did you use? But still, WELL DONE!

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