Solve one-step word problems involving multiplication and division and write problem contexts to match expressions and equations.
Many problems can be solved in different ways. For each of the following problems,
a. Liam is cooking potatoes. The recipe says you need 7 minutes for every pound of potatoes you are cooking. How many minutes will it take for Liam to cook 10 pounds of potatoes?
b. Helen spent some money on her 3 grandchildren at the fair. If she spent a total of $12, how much did each grandchild get?
c. Nina can practice a song 5 times in an hour. If she wants to practice the song 30 times before the recital, how many hours does she need to practice?
Write a word problem that can be solved using the following expressions.
a. $$4 × 6$$
b. $$15 \div 5$$
Which problem can be solved using the expression $$3\times 5$$?
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Some friends spend $24 altogether on frozen yogurt. Each person pays $4. How many people buy frozen yogurt?
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