3rd Grade Fraction Problem

Elementary Math (K-6th) Tutorial

3rd Grade Fraction Problem


Solve the word problem.

Sample Problem

David has six pizzas that he ordered for a party. Each pizza has eight slices in it. If he wants to give one slice to each friend at his party, how many friends can have a slice of pizza?


48 friends

There are six pizzas with eights slices in each pizza.
6 pizzas x 8 slices = 48 slices total.

48 slices = 48 pizzas

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