# Alg 4/8/2014 Conversions 2 [23]

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 5 pt = ___ c

Explanation
To convert pints (pt) to cups (c), we need to know that there are 2 cups in 1 pint. Therefore, to convert 5 pints to cups, we multiply 5 by 2, which equals 10 cups.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 8 oz = ___ c

Explanation
The correct answer is 1 because 8 ounces is equal to 1 cup.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 6 c = ___ pt

Explanation
The question asks to convert 6 cups to pints. Since there are 2 cups in 1 pint, we divide 6 by 2 to get the answer of 3 pints.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 8 qt = ___ gal

Explanation
To convert quarts to gallons, we divide the number of quarts by 4, since there are 4 quarts in 1 gallon. In this case, 8 quarts divided by 4 equals 2 gallons. Therefore, the answer is 2.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 12 qt = ___ gal

Explanation
The question asks to convert 12 quarts to gallons. Since there are 4 quarts in 1 gallon, we can divide 12 by 4 to get the answer. Therefore, 12 quarts is equal to 3 gallons.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 3 c = ___ oz

Explanation
In this question, we are asked to convert 3 cups to ounces. Since there are 8 ounces in 1 cup, we can multiply 3 cups by 8 to get the equivalent in ounces. Therefore, 3 cups is equal to 24 ounces.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 1 pt = ___ c

Explanation
The given answer is 2. This suggests that 1 pt is equal to 2 c.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 4 c = ___ pt

Explanation
The given question asks to convert 4 cups to pints. Since there are 2 cups in 1 pint, we can divide 4 cups by 2 to get the answer, which is 2 pints.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 32 qt = ___ gal

Explanation
To convert quarts to gallons, we need to divide the number of quarts by 4, since there are 4 quarts in a gallon. So, 32 quarts divided by 4 equals 8 gallons.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 16 c = ___ pt

Explanation
The conversion factor for converting cups to pints is 2 cups = 1 pint. Therefore, to convert 16 cups to pints, we divide by 2, which gives us 8 pints.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 6 c= ___ oz

Explanation
The question asks to convert 6 cups to ounces. Since 1 cup is equal to 8 ounces, multiplying 6 cups by 8 gives us the answer of 48 ounces.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 7 gal = ___ qt

Explanation
The question asks to convert 7 gallons to quarts. Since there are 4 quarts in 1 gallon, to find the number of quarts in 7 gallons, we multiply 7 by 4. Therefore, 7 gallons is equal to 28 quarts.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 6 pt = ___ c

Explanation
The given question asks to convert 6 pt to c. Since the conversion factor from pt to c is 12, we can multiply 6 by 12 to get the equivalent value in c. Therefore, 6 pt is equal to 72 c.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 16 oz = ___ c

Explanation
The question asks to convert 16 ounces to cups. Since there are 8 ounces in a cup, dividing 16 by 8 gives us the answer of 2 cups.

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### Convert the measuring units as indicated: 32 oz = ___ c

Explanation
The conversion from ounces to cups is 1 cup = 8 ounces. Therefore, to convert 32 ounces to cups, we divide 32 by 8. This gives us 4 cups.

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### Duane has been collecting quarters for the past few years. He has 98 quarters and has decided to spend his quarter collection on a new movie that costs \$10. Duane spends half of his remaining money on lunch.   How much money does Duane have left?      \$______________  DO NOT INCLUDE \$ IN FINAL ANSWER :: Answer is a decimal between 1 and 20.

Explanation
Duane has 98 quarters, which is equivalent to \$24.50. He spends \$10 on a new movie, leaving him with \$14.50. He then spends half of his remaining money on lunch, which is \$7.25. Therefore, Duane has \$7.25 left.

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### It is 4:12 PM. Emma's mom will be home from work in 70 minutes, and Emma has gymnastics lessons at 6:00 PM.   How much time will Emma have between the time that her mom gets home from work and the beginning of gymnastics lessons? _____ minutes

Explanation
Emma will have 38 minutes between the time her mom gets home from work and the beginning of gymnastics lessons.

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### Brad has been collecting pennies for the past few years. He has 6386 pennies and has decided to spend his penny collection on a new bicycle that costs \$49. Brad spends half of his remaining money on lunch.   How much money does Brad have left? DO NOT INCLUDE \$ IN FINAL ANSWER :: ANSWER IS A DECIMAL FROM 1 AND 20.

Explanation
Brad has 6386 pennies, which is equivalent to \$63.86. He spends \$49 on a new bicycle, leaving him with \$14.86. He then spends half of this remaining money on lunch, which is \$7.43. Therefore, Brad has \$7.43 left.

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