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Using the internet, find a real world example where fractions were used to solve a problem. Explain what the real world problem is, what the fractions mean in the problem and explain how the problem was solved. In addition, be sure to explain what the solution is to the problem as well.

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The real world problem that I had today that required fractions was in my garden. I got a soil report that explained how much fertilizer to put out per acre and the dilution ratio. I have one-half an acre so all the recommendations had to be multiplied by one ...

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Your tutorial is a fertilizer problems to feed a vegetable garden. 152 words.

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