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eee Helena bought 6 markers each costing $10. She again bought 4 more markers the next day. Find the total money spent to buy the markers. eee

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eee A bike shop has 9 bicycles and 9 tricycles to repair. How many wheels are there in all? eee

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eee A florist sold 34 bouquets on Monday. On the next day, he sold 66 bouquets. How many bouquets did he sell in all? eee

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eee If you buy 27 oranges each of which costs $4 and your friend buys 46 of those oranges, what is the total cost of the oranges bought? eee

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eee Each person in a factory makes 24 shoes per day. If there are 77 people working in the factory, how many shoes are made per day? eee

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eee George has $52 in his pocket. His friend gave him $57 more. How much money does he have now? eee

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eee Two friends went on a road trip. On the first day, they covered 424 miles and on the second day, they covered 126 miles. How much distance did they cover in all? eee

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eee Erica bought 4 pairs of ribbons from a fancy store in the morning with each pair costing 30 cents. She again bought 7 more pairs of the same ribbons in the evening. How much money did she spend during the day? eee

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eee Russell writes down 10 numbers, with 2 digits each, on a piece of paper. Then he adds 6 more such numbers. How many digits are there in all? eee

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eee A carton holds 38 eggs. How many eggs can 293 such cartons hold? eee

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eee A giant panda weighs about 329 pounds. Find the weight of 7 such pandas. eee

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eee Find the total number of items in the given figure by using the distributive property. eee

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eee Calculate the total number of items in the given figure by using the distributive property. eee

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eee State the total number of items in the given figure with the help of the distributive property. eee

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eee Find the total number of items in the given figure by using the distributive property. eee

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eee Calculate, with the help of the distributive property, the total number of items in the given figure. eee

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eee Using the distributive property, find the total number of items in the given figure. eee

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eee Using the distributive property, find the total number of items in the given figure. eee

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eee Helena bought 6 markers each costing $16. She again bought 4 more markers the next day. Find the total money spent to buy the markers. eee

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eee Russell writes down 10 numbers, with 2 digits each, on a piece of paper. Then he adds 9 more such numbers. How many digits are there in all? eee

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eee A florist sold 18 bouquets on Monday. On the next day, he sold 42 bouquets. How many bouquets did he sell in all? eee

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eee A bike shop has 6 bicycles and 6 tricycles to repair. How many wheels are there in all? eee

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f A carton holds 15 eggs. How many eggs can 291 such cartons hold? f

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f A giant panda weighs about 324 pounds. Find the weight of 5 such pandas. f

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f If you buy 22 oranges each of which costs $2 and your friend buys 69 of those oranges, what is the total cost of the oranges bought? f

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f Each person in a factory makes 57 shoes per day. If there are 74 people working in the factory, how many shoes are made per day? f

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f George has $84 in his pocket. His friend gave him $25 more. How much money does he have now? f

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f Two friends went on a road trip. On the first day, they covered 421 miles and on the second day, they covered 349 miles. How much distance did they cover in all? f

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f Erica bought 3 pairs of ribbons from a fancy store in the morning with each pair costing 20 cents. She again bought 6 more pairs of the same ribbons in the evening. How much money did she spend during the day? f

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