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Banana 3. Banana 4. 6 5. 5 6. Banana 7. Orange 1) How many pieces were Banana? 8. 3 2) Were there more Orange pieces or Banana pieces? 9. 1 10. Orange Each 1. = 1 piece Watermelon Banana Lime Strawberry Orange 3) Which flavor had exactly 9 pieces in the bag? 4) What is the difference in the number of Banana pieces and the number of Lime pieces? 5) What is the combined number of Lime and Orange pieces? 6) Which flavor had the most pieces in the bag? 7) Which flavor had the fewest pieces in the bag?

1 piece Watermelon Banana Lime Strawberry Orange 3) Which flavor had exactly 9 pieces in the bag? 4) What is the difference in the number of Banana pieces and the number of Lime pieces? 5) What is the combined number of Lime and Orange pieces? 6) Which flavor had the most pieces in the bag? 7) Which flavor had the fewest pieces in the bag? 8) How many more Banana pieces were there than Strawberry pieces? 9) How many fewer Watermelon pieces were there than Banana pieces? 10) Were there fewer Orange pieces or Strawberry pieces?

Orange Each 1. = 1 piece Watermelon Banana Lime Strawberry Orange 3) Which flavor had exactly 9 pieces in the bag? 4) What is the difference in the number of Banana pieces and the number of Lime pieces? 5) What is the combined number of Lime and Orange pieces? 6) Which flavor had the most pieces in the bag? 7) Which flavor had the fewest pieces in the bag? 8) How many more Banana pieces were there than Strawberry pieces? 9) How many fewer Watermelon pieces were there than Banana pieces? 10) Were there fewer Orange pieces or Strawberry pieces?

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