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first find the area, 4(5) thats your total {main number}
how many are shadded / how many there are in total

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  • DLS
Look carefully,6 are shaded out of 25 (total)
hahaha this is simple how many little blocks are shadded? how many blocks are there in all ?
@DLS there's only 20 >.> smartone
  • DLS
ah,my bad :p
seeing how ii obviously have to teach TWO people now you take the number of shaded blocks (6) over the number of blocks there are in total (20) and you get a fraction (6/20) then simply reduce (3/10)
  • DLS
EDIT: Look carefully,6 are shaded out of 20 (total) 6/20==>3/10 (1337 simplifcation)
dude... you just copied wut i said. goml

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