a soup kitchen had 6 1/2 gallons of

Chris Delposo 2022-09-22

a soup kitchen had 6 1/2 gallons of soup at the start of the day. the had 2 1/10 gallons of soup left by the end of the day. how many gallons of soup did they use during the day? 

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