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. The primary colors are yellow, blue, and red. In simplest form, what fraction of the bag is made up of primary colors?

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  1. alexxxis
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    How much of everything is in the bag?

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  2. savannahaley
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    there's 53 marbles in the bag

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  3. tcarroll010
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    Yes, but we need to know how many of each color? Are there marbles in the bag other than y, b, and r?

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  4. alexxxis
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    We can get a fraction unless it says how many of each.

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    cant *

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  6. savannahaley
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    yes there's green (9) orange (13) brown (10) blue (12) red(5) and yellow (7)

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    So thats 24 out of 53? Do y know how to reduce that?

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    you *

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  9. savannahaley
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    I divide right?

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    its 56 btw..

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  11. savannahaley
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    I know that but i need to know how to simplify them.

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  12. alexxxis
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    Lol, she said 53. Sorry. And you have to fin something common to divide by.

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  13. savannahaley
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    ohh okay

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  14. alexxxis
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    If its 24 over 56 you can clearly divide by 2, maybe more. So start with 2 and see if theres anything else?

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  15. savannahaley
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    okay you guys thank for the help :)

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  16. savannahaley
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    I'm not very good with math

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  17. alexxxis
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    Its okay! Im not either, but there are certain things I am good at. Good luck!

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  18. savannahaley
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    I will and you too

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