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7-10.

In parts (a) through (c) below, you will see pairs of quantities. For each pair of quantities, use words to write a sentence that describes the relationship. For example, “$\5$, $\8$” could be, “$\8$ is three more than $\5$.”

1. $\13,\39$

Is $\13$ a factor of $\39$?
What is the multiple between them?

Try dividing $\39$ by $\13$. What do you get?

$\39$ is three times $\13$.

1. $25$ feet, $17$ feet

How much larger is $25$ feet than $17$ feet?

1. $38$ lbs., $19$ lbs.

Try dividing $38$ lbs. by $19$ lbs. What do you get?

$38$ lbs. is twice as much as $19$ lbs.