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A waiter had sixty-two customers in his section. If seventeen of them left and the rest of his tables had nine people at each table, how many tables did he have?

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The cafeteria had fifty-eight apples. For lunch they handed out forty to students and decided to use the rest to make pies. If each pie takes three apples, how many pies could they make?

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Faye was planting vegetables in her garden. She started with forty-seven seeds and planted thirty-nine of them in the big garden and in each of her small gardens put two seeds each. How many small gardens did Faye have?

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Tom had thirty-six pieces of clothing to wash. He put eighteen of them in one load, but decided to split the rest into two equal loads. How many pieces of clothing could go in each of the small loads?

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George is at the library helping put away books. There are forty-seven book to put away total but a librarian takes eleven of them and leaves George with the rest. If he can fit six books on a shelf, how many shelves will he need?

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Frank had forty-seven dollars. If he spent thirty-seven bucks on a new game, how many two dollar toys could he buy with the money he had left?

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Tom had forty-three dollars. If he spent nineteen bucks on a new game, how many three dollar toys could he buy with the money he had left?

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Mike made ninety dollars mowing lawns over the summer. If he spent forty-five dollars buying new mower blades, how many five dollar games could he buy with the money he had left?

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Carol was planting vegetables in her garden. She started with forty seeds and planted thirtyfour of them in the big garden and in each of her small gardens put two seeds each. How many small gardens did Carol have?

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Maria picked forty-three flowers for her friendâ€™s wedding. She was making bouquets with five flowers in each one. If twenty-three of the flowers wilted before the wedding, how many bouquets could she still make?

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The cafeteria had seventy-five apples. For lunch they handed out forty-seven to students and decided to use the rest to make pies. If each pie takes four apples, how many pies could they make?

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Amy had sixty-seven homework problems. She finished twenty-five of them but still had seven pages of problems to do. If each page has the same number of problems on it, how many problems are on each page?

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A pet store had fifty-nine puppies. In one day they sold twenty-four of them and put the rest into cages with seven in each cage. How many cages did they use?

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Tom bought forty-eight tickets at the state fair. He spent thirty-eight tickets at the 'dunk a clown' booth and decided to use the rest on rides. If each ride cost five tickets, how many rides could he go on?

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