randRange( 1, 12 ) randRange( 2, 12 ) NUM1 * NUM2

An( color(1) ) clothing(1) costs $NUM1, and a popular color(2) clothing(2) costs NUM2 times as much.

How much does the color(2) clothing(2) cost?

TOTAL

The cost of the color(2) clothing(2) is a multiple of the cost of the color(1) clothing(1), so find the product.

The product is NUM2 \times $NUM1.

NUM2 \times $NUM1 = $TOTAL

The color(2) clothing(2) costs $TOTAL.

An( color(1) ) clothing(1) costs $TOTAL, which is NUM2 times as much as an( color(2) ) clothing(2) costs.

How much does the color(2) clothing(2) cost?

NUM1

The cost of the color(1) clothing(1) is a multiple of the cost of the color(2) clothing(2), so find the result of dividing.

This result, called the quotient, is equal to $TOTAL \div NUM2.

$TOTAL \div NUM2 = $NUM1

An( color( 2 ) ) clothing( 2 ) costs $NUM1.

An( color(1) ) clothing(1) costs $TOTAL, and an( color(2) ) clothing(2) costs $NUM2.

The color( 1 ) clothing( 1 ) costs how many times as much as the color( 2 ) clothing( 2 ) costs?

NUM1

The cost of the color(1) clothing(1) is a multiple of the cost of the color(2) clothing(2), so find the result of dividing.

This result, called the quotient, is $TOTAL \div $NUM2.

$TOTAL \div $NUM2 = NUM1

The color( 1 ) clothing( 1 ) costs NUM1 times as much as the color( 2 ) clothing( 2 ) costs.

person(1) rode(1) his(1) bike(1) for plural( NUM1, distance(1) ) on each of the past NUM2 days.

How many plural( distance(1) ) did person(1) ride(1) his(1) bike(1) altogether?

TOTAL plural( distance(1) )

The total number of plural( distance(1) ) biked(1) is the product of the number of plural( distance(1) ) biked(1) each day and the number of days that person(1) went biking(1).

The product is NUM1\text{ plural( distance( 1 ) ) per day} \times NUM2\text{ days}.

NUM1\text{ plural( distance( 1 ) ) per day} \times NUM2\text{ days}= TOTAL\text{ plural( distance(1) )}

person( 1 ) biked( 1 ) a total of plural( TOTAL, distance( 1 ) ).

person(1) rode(1) his(1) bike(1) for a total of plural( TOTAL, distance(1) ) over the past NUM2 days, and he( 1 ) rode( 1 ) the same amount each day.

How many plural( distance(1) ) did person(1) ride(1) his(1) bike(1) each day?

NUM1 plural( distance(1) )

The number of plural( distance(1) ) biked(1) each day is the total number of plural( distance(1) ) biked(1) divided by the number of days that person(1) went biking(1).

We are looking for the quotient, which is TOTAL\text{ plural( distance( 1 ) )} \div NUM2\text{ days}.

TOTAL\text{ plural( distance( 1 ) )} \div NUM2\text{ days} = NUM1 \text{ plural( distance(1) ) per day}

person( 1 ) biked( 1 ) NUM1 plural( distance(1) ) each day.

person(1) has biked(1) his(1) bike(1) for a total of plural( TOTAL, distance(1) ) since he(1) started biking(1) daily. He(1) has been biking(1) plural( NUM2, distance(1) ) each day.

For how many days has person(1) been biking(1)?

NUM1 days

The number of days that person(1) has been biking(1) is the total number of plural( distance(1) ) biked(1) divided by the number of plural( distance(1) ) biked(1) each day.

TOTAL\text{ plural( distance( 1 ) )} \div NUM2\text{ plural( distance( 1 )) each day} = \text{number of days driving}

TOTAL\text{ plural( distance( 1 ) )} \div NUM2\text{ plural( distance( 1 )) each day} = NUM1\text{ days}

person(1) is a farmer(1). He(1) plants plural( NUM1, 'row' ) of plural( crop(1) ) in a field(1), and each row has plural( NUM2, crop(1) ).

How many plural( crop(1) ) did person(1) plant in the field(1)?

TOTAL plural( crop(1) )

The number of plural( crop(1) ) that person(1) planted is the product of the number of rows that he(1) planted and the number of plural( crop(1) ) planted in each row.

The product is NUM1\text{ rows of plural( crop( 1 ) )} \times NUM2\text{ plural( crop( 1 ) ) per row}.

NUM1\text{ rows of plural( crop( 1 ) )} \times NUM2\text{ plural( crop( 1 ) ) per row} = TOTAL plural( crop(1) )

person(1) is a farmer(1). He(1) plants plural( NUM1, 'row' ) of plural( crop(1) ) in a field(1), with each row having the same number of plural( crop(1) ). He(1) plants a total of plural( TOTAL, crop(1) ) in the field(1).

How many plural( crop(1) ) did person(1) plant in each row?

NUM2 plural( crop(1) )

The number of plural( crop(1) ) that person(1) planted in each row is the total number of plural( crop(1) ) that he(1) planted divided by the number of rows.

The result, called the quotient, is TOTAL\text{ plural( crop( 1 ) )} \div NUM1\text{ rows of plural( crop( 1 ) )}.

TOTAL\text{ plural( crop( 1 ) )} \div NUM1\text{ rows of plural( crop( 1 ) )} = NUM2\text{ plural( crop(1) ) per row}

person(1) is a farmer(1). He(1) plants plural( TOTAL, crop(1) ) in a field(1), and each row has plural( NUM1, crop(1) ).

How many plural( 'row' ) of plural( crop(1) ) did person(1) plant in the field(1)?

NUM2 plural( 'row' )

The number of plural( 'row' ) of plural( crop(1) ) that person(1) planted is the total number of plural( crop(1) ) that he(1) planted divided by the number of plural( crop(1) ) in each row.

The result, called the quotient, is TOTAL\text{ plural( crop( 1 ) )} \div NUM1\text{ plural( crop(1) ) per row}.

TOTAL\text{ plural( crop( 1 ) )} \div NUM1\text{ plural( crop(1) ) per row} = NUM2\text{ plural( 'row' )}