`An( color(1) )` `clothing(1)` costs `$`

,
and a popular `NUM1``color(2)` `clothing(2)` costs

times as much.
`NUM2`

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

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?

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

times as much as
the `NUM1``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`

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`

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`

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`

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`

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`

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' )`}