1.   Sometimes you can simplify fractions before you multiply them. How would you simplify before finding the product?
    A. Divide 5 and 16 by 5. B. Divide 3 and 24 by 3.
    C. Divide 16 and 24 by 8. D. Divide 3, 16 and 24 by 3.
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  2.   James uses cups flour to make one pie. If he is making four pies for a bake sale, how much flour will he need?
    A. cups B. cups
    C. cups D. 6 cups
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  3.   Sometimes you can simplify fractions before you multiply them. How would you simplify × before finding the product?
    A. Divide 6 and 21 by 3. B. Divide 4 and 11 by 2.
    C. Divide 4, 6, and 21 by 6. D. Divide 4 and 6 by 2.
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  4.   Find × .
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  5.   Find × written in simplest form.
    A. B.
    C. D.
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