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Grades 2-4: Laura has a heart-shaped necklace charm that breaks into two pieces. If the whole charm weighs 51/2 grams and one of the pieces weighs 21/2 grams, then how much does the other piece weigh?
Grades 5-6: Benjamin and Jerry shared a brie and butter baguette for dinner. Benjamin ate 3/10 of the baguette, and Jerry ate 2/5 of it. The uneaten part of the baguette weighs 1241/2 grams. How many ounces of the baguette did Jerry eat?
Grades 7-8: Dale orders a cup of coffee that costs $1.50 and a slice of cherry pie that costs $2.50 at the Double R Diner. If the sales tax is 6.5% and Dale tips $1.00, then how much money does he spend at the diner in total?
Grades 9 and up: A large circular saw at the Packard Sawmill has a radius of 3 decimetres. The edge of the saw’s blade strikes the milled trees at a rate of 9000 decimetres per minute. What is the rate at which the saw rotates in radians per minute?