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Understanding Unit Rate - Quiz 1

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Understanding Unit Rate
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A chef used 1/10 of a bag of potatoes to make 1/6 of a gallon of stew. If he wanted to make a full gallon of stew how many bags of potatoes would he need? Write your answer as a fraction in simplest form.
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A snail going full speed was taking 1⁄5 of a minute to move 1⁄2 of a centimeter. At this rate, how long would it take(in minutes) the snail to travel a centimeter? Write your answer as a fraction in simplest form.
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Gwen was using a container to fill up a fishbowl. The container held 1/7 of a gallon of water and filled 1/5 of the fishbowl. At this rate, how many containers will it take to fill the fishbowl?
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A carpenter used 1/9 of a box of nails while working on a birdhouse and was able to finish 1/6 of it. At this rate, how many boxes will he need to finish the entire birdhouse? Write your answer as a fraction in simplest form.
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A restaurant took 1/10 of an hour to use 1/6 of a package of napkins. At this rate, how many hours would it take to use the entire package? Write your answer as a fraction in simplest form.
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Debby spent 1/10 of an hour playing on her phone. That used up 1/7 of her battery. How long in hours would she have to play on her phone to use the entire battery? Write your answer as a fraction in simplest form.
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A bag of grass seeds weighed 1/2 of a gram. That was enough to cover 1/10 of a lawn with seed. How many bags would it take to completely cover a lawn?
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A bag of chocolate mix that weighed 1/9 of a kilogram could make enough brownies to feed 1/8 of the students at school. How many bags would be needed to feed all of the students?
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A small can of paint was 1/4 of a liter. That was enough to fill 1/8 of a paint sprayer. How many cans of paint would it take to completely fill the sprayer?
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An old potato outputs 1/3 of a volt of electricty, which is 1/3 the amount of power needed for a small lightbulb. How many potatoes would you need to power the lightbulb?
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A discount bottle of perfume was 1/6 of a liter. That was enough to fill 1/10 of a jug. How many bottles of perfume would you need to fill the entire jug?
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A bag of grass seeds weighed 1/8 of a gram. That was enough to cover 1/6 of a lawn with seed. How many bags would it take to completely cover a lawn?
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