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Find a real world example where fractions were used to solve a problem. In your essay, explain what the real world problem is, what the fractions mean in the problem and explain how the problem was solved. In addition, be sure to explain what the solution is to the problem as well.
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Peter's truck gets him 10 2/3 miles per gallon. Suppose Peter's tank is empty and he puts 5 1/2 gallons, how far can Peter go with the truck? http://www.basic-mathematics.com/multiplying-fractions-word-problems.html Gas Mileage
The economy is getting worse and worse every day, so