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# How many quarters are there in 5?

5/ 1/4=5*4=20

Chrysa Lafka
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To support your understanding of this concept, it may be helpful for you to draw it out (e.g. 5 pizzas cut into quarters). You will find that you have 20 quarters in total (which is the result of 5 x 4).

Hannah Ravenhall
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First how many quarters are there in 1 ? Answer: 4 You need 5 of them So 4 x 5 = 20 Final Answer= 20

Rizzy Aslam
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5/¼= 5*4=20

Lauren Holland
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