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Bunny Hopping: Solutions

  1. 35 dozen; 18 packets
  2. She needed at least 3 packs of chicks and 3 packs of eggs. As for the jellybeans and malted milk balls, check to see if the students give good reasons for the number of bags they think are needed.
  3. 2.7 X 104
  4. CHECK MAPS. THERE ARE MANY DIFFERENT POSSIBILITIES.
  5. 11/4; 8/11; 5/2; 1/5
  6. 55 minutes; 6 hours; total of 7 hours, 10 minutes; 10:20AM
  7. 2 sticks of butter
    6 eggs
    4 1/2 cups flour
    3 3/4 cups sugar
    1 tsp. Baking powder
    1/2 tsp. salt
    1/4 cup vanilla extract
    1 1/2 cups sour cream
  8. She should leave no later than 2:00PM. She should keep in mind traffic jams, getting lost, flat tires, rain, accidents, etc. Students can use their imaginations here. She needs at least 10 gallons.
  9. CHECK GRAPHS FOR SCALE, LABELS, TITLES.
  10. Sharell, Allison, Kevin, Robert

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